4-8 July 2016
Kramer Law building
The Proceedings of SAIP2016 published on 24 December 2017
Sustained pairing frees dipolar traits and the circular current's own magnetic dipolar nature
Presented by Dr. Max CHIRWA on 8 Jul 2016 from 15:00 to 15:20
Type: Oral Presentation
Track: Track A - Division for Physics of Condensed Matter and Materials
The traits and nature of a circular current as a magnetic dipole are traditionally not well formulated. This is partly due to an unfit notion or analogy of what a magnetic dipole moment should be. It is also due to duplicity in cheaply mono-deriving the circular current's approximate distant magnetic vector potential and field, initially in a fixed symmetry plane, and then likening them to those of the simple electric dipole. These unwittingly degrade or put aside various vanishing and/or origin-free physical quantities, or groups thereof, that truly distinguish a dipole from any other physical structure. Here we demonstrate how to redeem these by sustained pairing entities that constitute a dipole at every turn of the description. It is shown that a circular current has its own dipole nature, different from that of an electric dipole, and with a magnetic dipole moment twice the traditional value.