noun, Electricity.
a vector quantity associated with a given electric current, magnet, or the like, having the property that its vector product with the magnetic induction equals the torque acting on the given object.
short for magnetic dipole moment, electromagnetic moment
magnetic moment
See magnetic dipole moment.


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