Calculate the magnitude of the magnetic field

In summary, the formula for calculating the magnitude of the magnetic field is B = μ0 * (I / 2πr), with the unit of measurement being tesla (T). The current and distance affect the magnitude of the magnetic field, with an increase in current resulting in an increase in the field and an increase in distance resulting in a decrease. The magnitude and direction of the magnetic field are important in determining its overall effect on a charged particle. In a laboratory setting, the magnitude can be measured using a magnetometer, Hall probe, or ballistic galvanometer.
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Homework Statement


Calculate the magnitude of the magnetic field from the previous table (see attachment).


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I've been googling for an answer but can't find how to obtain the magnitude of the magnetic field with the Intensity I and resultant force F.

Thanks :smile:
 
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hi superjose! :smile:
superjose said:
Calculate the magnitude of the magnetic field from the previous table (see attachment).

erm :confused:

what attachment? :wink:
 

Related to Calculate the magnitude of the magnetic field

1. What is the formula for calculating the magnitude of the magnetic field?

The formula for calculating the magnitude of the magnetic field is B = μ0 * (I / 2πr), where B is the magnetic field in tesla (T), μ0 is the permeability of free space (4π * 10^-7 T * m/A), I is the current in amperes (A), and r is the distance from the current-carrying wire in meters (m).

2. What is the unit of measurement for the magnitude of the magnetic field?

The unit of measurement for the magnitude of the magnetic field is tesla (T). Another commonly used unit is gauss (G), with 1 T = 10,000 G.

3. How does the current and distance affect the magnitude of the magnetic field?

The magnitude of the magnetic field is directly proportional to the current and inversely proportional to the distance from the current-carrying wire. This means that an increase in current will result in an increase in the magnetic field, while an increase in distance will result in a decrease in the magnetic field.

4. What is the difference between the magnitude of the magnetic field and the direction of the magnetic field?

The magnitude of the magnetic field refers to the strength or intensity of the magnetic field, while the direction of the magnetic field refers to the orientation of the field lines. Both the magnitude and direction are important in determining the overall effect of the magnetic field on a charged particle.

5. How is the magnitude of the magnetic field measured in a laboratory setting?

The magnitude of the magnetic field can be measured using a device called a magnetometer, which utilizes the principles of electromagnetic induction to detect and measure the strength of the magnetic field. Other methods include using a Hall probe or a ballistic galvanometer.

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