how are the magnetic field lines different from the electrostatic field lines.
Asked by 101206077443105 | 2nd Sep, 2018, 08:56: AM
Magnetic field lines
Electric field lines
North pole and South pole can nebver be seperated.
Positive charge and negative charge can exist seperately.
Magnetic filed lines forms continuous circular loops.
Electric field lines have starting point and ending point.
|3.||Magnetic field is produced due to moving charges.||Electric field can be produced due to stationary charges or by charges in motion.|
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 3rd Sep, 2018, 11:21: AM
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