Answer the following question in brief.
What could be the equation for Gauss' law of magnetism, if a monopole of pole strength p is enclosed by a surface?
- According to Gauss’s law of electrostatics, the net electric flux through any Gaussian surface is proportional to the net charge enclosed in it. The equation is given as,
ΦE = `intvec"E".vec"dS"="q"/ε_0`
- Similarly, if a monopole of a magnet of pole strength p exists, the Gauss’ law of magnetism in S.I. units will be given as,
ΦB = `intvec"B"."d"vec"S"=μ_"o""p"`
Concept: Gauss' Law of Magnetism
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