Definitions for magnet, neutral line of
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
Magnet, Neutral Line of
A line at right angles to the magnetic axis of a magnet, q.v., and nearly or quite at the centre, so situated with reference to the poles on either end that it marks the locus of no polarity. It has been called the equator of the magnet. It is defined by the intersection of the plane of no magnetism with the surface of the bar. Synonym--Magnetic Equator.
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