Where is the magnetic field due to current through circular loop uniform? Why?

Asked by Priyanka Margaret | 11th Feb, 2014, 07:26: PM

Expert Answer:

The magnetic field lines form circular loops around a point of a current carrying circular loop.
These loops increase in radius away from the point of the loop and the separation between two loops also increase as one moves away.
Hence, at the centre of the circular loop, the field lines will be nearly straight lines and the magnetic field at the centre is uniform.

Answered by  | 12th Feb, 2014, 10:35: AM

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