What do you mean by magnetic dipole

Asked by jishnu1994 | 25th Dec, 2009, 11:12: PM

Expert Answer:

Please address the question in proper subjects, it's a physics question.

A magnetic dipole is two poles south and north seeking separated by a distance.

Magnetic dipole moment is defined as the circulating current times the vector area inclosed by it.

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Answered by  | 26th Dec, 2009, 12:03: AM

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