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The potential energy of a permanent magnetic moment ( or dipole ) in an external

The potential energy of a permanent magnetic moment ( or dipole ) in an external

**magnetic field**can be obtained from either the force ( 5.69 ) or the torque ( 5.72 ) . If we interpret the force as the negative gradient of a potential ...Page 162

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**Magnetic**Shielding ; Spherical Shell of Permeable Material in a Uniform**Field**Suppose that a certain**magnetic**induction B , exists in a region of empty space initially . A permeable body is now placed in the region .Page 313

10.3 Magnetic Diffusion , Viscosity , and Pressure The behavior of a fluid in the presence of electromagnetic fields ... The time dependence of the

10.3 Magnetic Diffusion , Viscosity , and Pressure The behavior of a fluid in the presence of electromagnetic fields ... The time dependence of the

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