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what is magnetic dipole

what is magnetic dipole

Grade:9

3 Answers

Dhulipala Srikanth
45 Points
6 years ago
IT IS SAME AS THE DEFINITION OF TH  ELECTIC DIPOLE BUT THE TERMS GET CHANGE.
DEF; WHEN A EXTERNAL FORCE APPLIED ON THE CHARGED  ROD OF LENGTH 2a IN THE MAGNETIC FIELD  THE EX TERNAL FORCE IS NOTHING BUT TORQUE DUT THIS  THE BODY GET DEFLECTED   . EXAMPLE BAR MAGNET  
 DREIVATION P= 2q*l 
shubham sharda
361 Points
6 years ago
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.
Adarsh
733 Points
6 years ago
Simply magnetic dipole can be considered as a bar magnet which has two unlike poles (north pole and south pole) and has a certain length. It is just like the electric dipole which consists of two opposite charges separated by a small distance. Here the two opposite charges exist independently. But magnetic monopoles never exist.

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