magnetic dipole

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Noun1.magnetic dipole - a dipole with opposing magnetic polesmagnetic dipole - a dipole with opposing magnetic poles
dipole - a pair of equal and opposite electric charges or magnetic poles separated by a small distance
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m], we arrive at a microscopic homogeneous double layer of fictitious magnetic charges, which is equivalent to a magnetic dipole.
Under the excitation of ramp function turn-off source, the horizontal magnetic component of the single magnetic dipole in the whole space is (Yang, 2009):
For the large current loop there will be no radial dependence but for the magnetic dipole there will be a strong radial dependence.
Electrons don't spin, it is just shorthand for "maintaining their magnetic dipole moment.
Current is constant across the loop so a near magnetic dipole pattern is achieved.
The 12 lectures identify new directions in the field of ultracold physics, such as quantum gases with long range interactions, either due to strong magnetic dipole forces, due to Rydberg excitations, or, for polar molecules due to electric dipole interactions; quantum gases in lower dimensions; quantum gases with disorder; atoms in optical lattices, now with single-site optical resolution; systems with non-trivial topological properties such as spin-orbit coupling or in artificial gauge fields; quantum impurity problems (Bose and Fermi polarions); and quantum magnetism.
In the following discussion, taking magnetic dipole ([J.
the magnetic dipole is shifted from the center to the south
Roughly speaking it is the field of a magnetic dipole currently tilted at an angle of about 10 degrees with respect to Earth's rotational axis, as if there were a bar magnet placed at that angle at the center of the Earth.
Ethertronics' patented Isolated Magnetic Dipole (IMD) technology has a legacy as a strong foundation for passive, as well as active antennas designs.
The magnetism arises from the magnetic dipole moment of unpaired electrons in the d- or f-orbitals.