Magnetic field is an exerted area around the magnetic force. It is obtained by moving electric charges. The direction of the magnetic field is indicated by lines. While the electric fields are generated around the particles which obtains electric charge. During this process, positive charges are drawn, while negative charges are repelled.
A object with moving charge always has both magnetic and electric field. They have some similarities and also has two different field with same characteristics. Both fields are inter-related called electromagnetic field but there are not depended on each other.
|Difference Between Electric Field vs Magnetic Field|
|Electric Field||Magnetic Field|
|It creates electric charge in surrounding||Creates electric charge around moving magnets|
|Measured as newton per coulomb, volt per meter||Measured as gauss or tesla|
|Proportional for the electric charge||Proportional to speed of electric charge|
|Are perpendicular to the magnetic field||Are perpendicular to the electric field|
|Generates VARS||Absorbs VARS|
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