The Magnetic Constant or the Vacuum Permeability can be defined as the the value of magnetic permeability in a classical vacuum, represented by the symbol μ_{0}. Permeability is measured as the ability of a meterial to form a magnetic field within itself. It is defined as the degree of magnetization or the amount of magnetization, a material obtains in response when a magnetic filed is applied on that material. The symbol of Magnetic permeability is μ. The opposite term for Magnetic Permeability is Magnetic Reluctivity.

The Magnetic Constant or the Vacuum Permeability can be defined as the the value of magnetic permeability in a classical vacuum, represented by the symbol μ_{0}. Permeability is measured as the ability of a meterial to form a magnetic field within itself. It is defined as the degree of magnetization or the amount of magnetization, a material obtains in response when a magnetic filed is applied on that material. The symbol of Magnetic permeability is μ. The opposite term for Magnetic Permeability is Magnetic Reluctivity.

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