What is the value of the resultant magnetic field at a neutral point?

At a neutral point, the resultant magnetic field is zero. The point where the resultant magnetic field vector or intensity is zero is called neutral point or null point. This magnetic field is a set of many vectors.

Neutral point of a magnetic field

The neutral point of the magnet is a point where zero is the corresponding magnetic field. The neutral point is usually acquired when the horizontal portion of the earth’s field is balanced by the magnet formed. When the magnet’s N pole points to the south, and the magnet points to the magnetic meridian.

A point where the corresponding electrical field is zero is a neutral point. Neutral point Owing to a two-like point fee scheme. A neutral point is gained for this situation at an internal point in the line joining two charges from each other.

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