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 **Magnetic field** - a region in space, in which [[magnetic force|magnetic forces]] are observable. Magnetic forces are mechanical forces acting as a result of magnetic interactions. Magnetic field is always generated around [[electric current]], or more generally by varying [[electric field]].[(Britannica>​[[http://​www.britannica.com/​EBchecked/​topic/​357048/​magnetic-field|Magnetic field, Encyclopaedia Britannica, {accessed 27 Nov 2013}]])][(Jiles_definition>​[[http://​google.com/​books?​isbn=9780412798603|David C. Jiles, Introduction to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2nd edition, CRC Press, 1998, ISBN 9780412798603,​ p. 3-7]])] The existence of magnetic field is responsible for [[magnetism]] (and [[electromagnetism]]). ​ **Magnetic field** - a region in space, in which [[magnetic force|magnetic forces]] are observable. Magnetic forces are mechanical forces acting as a result of magnetic interactions. Magnetic field is always generated around [[electric current]], or more generally by varying [[electric field]].[(Britannica>​[[http://​www.britannica.com/​EBchecked/​topic/​357048/​magnetic-field|Magnetic field, Encyclopaedia Britannica, {accessed 27 Nov 2013}]])][(Jiles_definition>​[[http://​google.com/​books?​isbn=9780412798603|David C. Jiles, Introduction to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2nd edition, CRC Press, 1998, ISBN 9780412798603,​ p. 3-7]])] The existence of magnetic field is responsible for [[magnetism]] (and [[electromagnetism]]). ​
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