Maxwell's Second Equation

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Formula:∮B⋅dA = 0

Introduction to Maxwell's Second Equation

Maxwell's second equation, also known as Gauss's Law for Magnetism, describes how the magnetic flux through a closed surface is always zero. In this formula, B represents the magnetic flux density and dA represents the differential area element. The dot product between B and dA results in the total magnetic flux through the surface, and according to the equation, this total flux is always zero.

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Data validation

The magnetic flux density and surface area should be greater than zero.


Maxwell's second equation forms a fundamental part of electromagnetism and is essential in understanding the behavior of magnetic fields.

Tags: Electromagnetism, Maxwell S Equations, Magnetic Flux, Gauss S Law