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magnetic intensity ( H ) is the force experienced by unit north pole in a magnetic field.... ( in comparison to electric intensity ...) shouldn't it be equal to ( /4 ).m/r 2 where m = pole-strength of the pole creating the magnetic field and r = distance of the unit north pole from the pole of pole-strength m But magnetic induction ( B ) is the amount of magnetic flux crossing per unit area normally in a magnetic field. But in HCV - 2 pg: it is written that B = ( /4 ).m/r 2 How can this be possible..?? The def^n of B doesnot tally with its expresion... while that of H does.. Please tell me which is correct ---------->>> B = ( /4 ).m/r 2 or H = ( /4 ).m/r 2 also explain your answer.................(especially if B = ( /4 ).m/r 2 is correct)


magnetic intensity ( H ) is the force experienced by unit north pole in a magnetic field.... ( in comparison to electric intensity ...) shouldn't it be equal to
(/4).m/r2
where m = pole-strength of the pole creating the magnetic field and r = distance of the unit north pole from the pole of pole-strength m 
 
But magnetic induction ( B ) is the amount of magnetic flux crossing per unit area normally in a magnetic field.
But in HCV - 2 pg:    it is written that B = (/4).m/r2
How can this be possible..??
The def^n of B doesnot tally with its expresion... while that of H does..
 
Please tell me which is correct ---------->>>
 
B = (/4).m/r2 or H = (/4).m/r2
also explain your answer.................(especially if B = (/4).m/r2 is correct)
 


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