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'''Magnetic energy''' and [[electric energy]] are related by [[Maxwell's equations]]. The potential energy of a [[magnet]] of [[magnetic moment]] '''m''' in a [[magnetic field]] '''B''' is defined as the [[mechanical work|work]] of magnetic force (actually of magnetic [[torque]]) on re-alignment of the vector of the magnetic dipole moment, and is equal:
 
'''Magnetic energy''' and [[electric energy]] are related by [[Maxwell's equations]]. The potential energy of a [[magnet]] of [[magnetic moment]] '''m''' in a [[magnetic field]] '''B''' is defined as the [[mechanical work|work]] of magnetic force (actually of magnetic [[torque]]) on re-alignment of the vector of the magnetic dipole moment, and is equal:
 
::<math>E_{\rm p,m} = -m\cdot B</math>
 
::<math>E_{\rm p,m} = -m\cdot B</math>
while the energy stored in an [[inductor]] (of [[inductance]] ''L'') when current ''I'' is passing via it is
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while the energy stored in an [[inductor]] (of [[inductance]] ''L'') when current ''I'' is passing via it is i dont know
   
 
::<math>E_{\rm p,m} = {1\over 2}LI^2</math>.
 
::<math>E_{\rm p,m} = {1\over 2}LI^2</math>.
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