Magnetic lines of flux, Physics

Magnetic lines of flux

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A line of flux is a line indicating the direction in which a free north pole would travel, if placed in the field at that point. Alternatively it is the direction in which the north pole of a compass needle would point. The direction which would be taken is indicated on the lines of flux by arrow heads.

Therefore lines of flux emanate from north poles and re-enter at south poles, see diagram below.

 

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