# Category: Ncert 12th Physics Chapter-5

## Permanent MagnetsPermanent Magnets

Chapter-5|Magnetism and Matter| NCERT 12th Physics: Permanent Magnets: The substances which at room temperature retain their ferromagnetic property for a ...

## Magnetic Properties of MaterialsMagnetic Properties of Materials

Chapter-5|Magnetism and Matter| NCERT 12th Physics: Magnetic Properties of Materials: Materials can be classified as diamagnetic, paramagnetic and ferromagnetic on ...

## Magnetic Field Strength at a Point Due to a Bar MagnetMagnetic Field Strength at a Point Due to a Bar Magnet

Chapter-5|Magnetism and Matter| NCERT 12th Physics: Magnetic Field Strength at a Point Due to a Bar Magnet: The Strength of ...

## Hysteresis CurveHysteresis Curve

Hysteresis Curve: NCERT Class 12th Physics || Chapter-5 || Magnetism and Matter: The hysteresis Curve represent the relation between the ...

## Relation Between Relative Magnetic Permeability and Magnetic SusceptibilityRelation Between Relative Magnetic Permeability and Magnetic Susceptibility

Relation Between Relative Magnetic Permeability and Magnetic Susceptibility: ...

## Various Terms Related to MagnetismVarious Terms Related to Magnetism

Various Terms Related to Magnetism: Magnetic Intensity(H):- The capacity of magnetic field to magnetize the substance is measured in terms ...

## Characteristics of the Earth’s Magnetic FieldCharacteristics of the Earth’s Magnetic Field

Characteristics of the Earth’s Magnetic Field: The magnetic field lines of the earth resemble that of a hypothetical magnetic dipole ...

## The Earth’s MagnetismThe Earth’s Magnetism

The Earth’s Magnetism: In 1600, Sir William Gilbert was the first to suggest that the Earth itself is a huge ...

## Magnetism and Gauss’ lawMagnetism and Gauss’ law

Magnetism and Gauss’ law: The net magnetic flux (∅B) through any closed surface is always zero.   This law states ...

## The Electrostatic AnalogThe Electrostatic Analog

The Electrostatic Analog: The magnetic dipole moment of a bar magnet- M= m(2l), where,  m = strength of the pole ...