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    Magnetic Flux & Magnetic Flux Density

    can anyone tell me the difference plz
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbod15b View Post
    can anyone tell me the difference plz
    Magnetic flux density is another name for the magnetic induction, \vec{B}. This is also (incorrectly) known as the magnetic field.

    A "visual" conception of the magnetic flux is a measure of the number of magnetic field lines passing through a fixed area. A more precise definition would be \Phi _M = \int \vec{B} \cdot d \vec{A}, where the integral is over a (usually, but not necessarily, closed) surface.

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    thank u
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