IF a material say a ferromagnet is placed in a magnetic field Bo then there will be an additional field due to ferromagnet which is equal to uoM (M is magnetisation)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My doubt is how is the additional field equal to uoM. By considering the units of both this expression is indeed equal to the magnetic field but still i'm not convinced

M is magnetisation which is total dipole moment in the material divided by volume. And if we multiply it by uo we get the magnetic field produced by it?? I'm very unconvinced by this. I just cant belive stuff with no proofs

So plz help me - give me an intuitive proof or something so that my mind is convinced

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# Magnetic field inside a material

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