Ampère law(redirected from Ampere Law)
Ampère law[′äm‚per ‚lȯ]
A law giving the magnetic induction at a point due to given currents in terms of the current elements and their positions relative to the point. Also known as Laplace law.
A law giving the line integral over a closed path of the magnetic induction due to given currents in terms of the total current linking the path.
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