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Pirs Pirs Dec 14, 2020

Parts of a magnet where the magnetic strength is the strongest.​

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The magnetic strength of magnet is the strongest at poles .

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  • The space around a magnet in which the force of attraction and repulsion due to the magnet can be detected is called the magnetic field.
  • The curved paths along which the iron filings arrange themselves due to the force acting experiences on them in the magnetic field of the bar magnet are called magnetic field lines.

Properties of Magnetic Field Lines :-

1.) A magnetic field line is directed from north-pole to south-pole outside the magnet.

2.) A magnetic field line is a closed and continuous curve. (We have not shown magnetic field lines inside the magnet where these are directed from south pole to north pole).

3.) The magnetic field lines are crowded near the pole where the magnetic field is strong and are for apart near the middle of the magnet and far from the magnet where the magnetic field is weak.

4.) The magnetic field lines never intersect each other because if they do so, there would be two directions of magnetic field at that point which is absurd.

5.) If the field lines are parallel and equidistant, these represent a uniform magnetic field.

6.) The Earth's magnetic field is uniform in a limited space.


Ekaterina Ekaterina
Dec 14, 2020
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