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The classical theory of electric and magnetic fields, both in the static and dynamic case. Also covers general questions about magnets, electric attraction/repulsion etc. Distinct from electrical-engineering.

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Why are there more diamagnetic substances in nature than there are paramagnetic or ferromagnetic substances?
asked Apr 17 '16 by Saprativ Ray
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Why do some materials have thinner/broader hysteresis curves than others and what does this difference in shape imply in terms of magnetic properties of the substances? Is there any significance to th …
asked Apr 16 '16 by Saprativ Ray
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In a closed circuit, current induced is in such a direction that it opposes the change in magnetic flux. In case of an open circuit like a metallic rod, which end of it will have the higher potential? …
asked Apr 17 '16 by Saprativ Ray
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I know that the time period of the LC oscillations is given by $T=2\pi\sqrt{LC}$. At what times is the total energy of the circuit completely stored in the capacitor or completely in the inductor?
asked Apr 16 '16 by Saprativ Ray
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Why is fringing between magnetic poles inevitable? The diagram given below is the incorrect representation of magnetic field lines between two poles:
asked Apr 17 '16 by Saprativ Ray