OneOwOne
  • OneOwOne
What is the difference between magnetic pole, and magnetic dipole moment?
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OneOwOne
  • OneOwOne
The reason I'm confused is because of the units: Magnetic pole Strength: \[A ·m\] Magnetic dipole moment: \[A · m ^{2}\]
OneOwOne
  • OneOwOne
And I've been going trying for a very long time to try and calculate them but its one of the hardest things to do.... How can one calculate the pole strength of a magnet, and how can I calculate the magnetic dipole moment of a magnet too, without using \[\tau = u \times B \]
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RANE
  • RANE
Magnetic pole is which as each of the two points of a magnet to and from which the lines of magnetic force are directed. Magnetic dipole is a pair of equal and opposite electric charges or magnetic poles separated by a small distance. while dipole moment is a property of a molecule where the presence of polar bonds generates a centre of positive charge and a centre of negative charge that do not coincide; such molecules have regions that are always positively or negatively charged.

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