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A hypothetical bar magnet AB is cut into two parts (equal) .One part is now kept over the other , so that the pole C2 is above C1. If M is the magnetic moment of the original magnet , what would be the magnetic moment of the combination so formed? ans- nearly 0 C1 | C2 -----------|------------ A | | |B ----------|------------- i hope u understood the figure...


A hypothetical bar magnet AB is cut into two parts (equal) .One part is now kept over the other , so that the pole C2 is above C1.
If M is the magnetic moment of the original magnet , what would be the magnetic moment of the combination so formed?
ans- nearly 0

         C1  |   C2      
    -----------|------------
 A |             |            |B
    ----------|-------------


i hope u understood the figure...


Grade:10

1 Answers

Sarah And Sazia Makkar
13 Points
2 years ago
Zero as M1-M2=m*l-m*l=0
Opposite poles are kept on top of each other
 Therefore Net magnetic moment is zero
 

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