Physics, asked by chakmasumona84, 10 days ago

what is magnetic dipole ?


Answered by Anonymous


Magnetic dipole, generally a tiny magnet of microscopic to subatomic dimensions, equivalent to a flow of electric charge around a loop. ... Electrons circulating around atomic nuclei, electrons spinning on their axes, and rotating positively charged atomic nuclei all are magnetic dipoles.

Answered by ayushchakma17


A magnetic dipole is a magnetic north pole and a magnetic south pole separated by a small distance. Magnetic dipole moments have dimensions of current times area or energy divided by magnetic flux density.


magnetic dipole moment. A vector quantity associated with the magnetic properties of electric current loops or, more generally, magnets. It is equal to the amount of current flowing through the loop multiplied by the area encompassed by the loop, and its direction is established by the right hand rule for rotations.

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