HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Chapter 13 Magnetic Field Due to Current

HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Magnetic Field Due to Current Chapter 13 is authored by Harish Chandra Verma. He has written many other physics books for school level, undergraduate and graduate level as well.

Magnetic Field Due to Current is the 13th Chapter in volume 2 by Harish Chandra Verma. When the magnetic field is at rest around a permanent magnet or wire carrying constant unidirectional current, it is referred to as a magnetostatic field. The magnitude and direction remain same at any point. When around a fluctuating DC or alternating current there is a constant change in the magnitude and direction of a magnetic field. Magnetic flux density and magnetic field strength are vectors used to represent the magnetic field. Magnetic induction or magnetic flux density is denoted by B. Magnetic field intensity or magnetic field strength is denoted by H. Weber is the SI unit of magnetic flux. Biot Savart law is given by, B = (μo / 4π) × (2πnI / r). Having HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 handy will improve your problem-solving approach to complex questions of Magnetic Field Due to Current. Students of 12th grade widely use this study material for JEE preparation.

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HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Magnetic Field Due to Current Chapter 13

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