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The Magnetic Dipole Moment for a Magnetic Field for a dipole oriented on the x-y axis is:

##\bar m = |m| \hat z##

The Magnetic Field is:

##\bar B = \frac{\mhu_0}{4 * \pi * |\bar r|^5} * 3 * \bar r * (\bar m . \bar r) - \bar m * |\bar r|^2##

Vector Potential is:

##\bar A = \frac{\mhu_0}{4 * \pi * |\bar r|^3} * (\bar m X \bar r)##

How do you find the Electric Field and Electric Dipole Moment, ##\bar p## for the above dipole?

This is not a homework problem.

##\bar m = |m| \hat z##

The Magnetic Field is:

##\bar B = \frac{\mhu_0}{4 * \pi * |\bar r|^5} * 3 * \bar r * (\bar m . \bar r) - \bar m * |\bar r|^2##

Vector Potential is:

##\bar A = \frac{\mhu_0}{4 * \pi * |\bar r|^3} * (\bar m X \bar r)##

How do you find the Electric Field and Electric Dipole Moment, ##\bar p## for the above dipole?

This is not a homework problem.

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