How does induced magnetism work with magnetic induction and magnetic domain?

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How does induced magnetism work with magnetic induction and magnetic domain?
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Luna Wells
Answered 2022-08-09 Author has 19 answers
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Magnetic Induction is the process of making a non-magnetic material behave as a magnet when is inside the magnetic field of a magnet. Thus, when a non-magnetized magnetic material is brought near the pole of a permanent magnet it behave as a magnet.
A magnetic domain is a region within a magnetic material in which magnetization is uniform. Thus, in side the magnetic domain a magnetic material magnet behaves as magnet.
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| u | = i A
B = ( 2 | u | μ cos θ 4 π | R | 3 ) r ^ + ( | u | μ sin θ 4 π | R | 3 ) θ ^ + 0 ϕ ^ .
Gauss's Law for Magnetism stats that B = 0. However, this:
( r ^ r + θ ^ r θ + ϕ ^ r sin θ ϕ ) [ ( 2 | u | μ cos θ 4 π | R | 3 ) r ^ + ( | u | μ sin θ 4 π | R | 3 ) θ ^ + 0 ϕ ^ ] 0 .
All terms should cancel, but they do not. Where am I going wrong?
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B = 6 | u | μ r ^ 4 π | R | 4 + | u | μ r ^ 4 π | R | 4 + 0 ∴≠ 0 .

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