If you take a horseshoe magnet and fuse the north and South Poles together (without destroying the magnetic field) would you have a “pole-less” magnet? And if so, what special properties would it have(other than other magnets)?
You will have a ring of magnetized material with very little external field. Likely the interior will be at saturation magnetization. It will be otherwise unremarkable.Summary:: Any special properties of a circular magnetic field?
fuse the north and South Poles together (without destroying the magnetic field)