What is permeability?, Physics

It is the property of a material by virtue of which it allows itself to be magnetized. Permeability varies from material to material depending upon the saturation and temperature. A good magnetic material must have high permeability.

                                μ=B/H

                       Where μ=permeability

                       B=Flux density

                       H=Magnetic force

 

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