the magnetic field lines around a straight conductor carrying current are like concentric circle. so they are parallel. does it not mean that magnetic field is same at all points throughout the conductor?
Asked by archita123 | 18th May, 2015, 07:23: PM
The magnetic field lines around a straight conductor carrying current are like concentric circle. They are in the form of parallel straigh lines.The region is said to be uniform magnetic field beacuse parallel straight lines indicates the same strength of magnetic field at all the points throughout the conductor.
Answered by Priyanka Kumbhar | 20th May, 2015, 10:22: AM
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