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Anapole vs. Dipole Fields

Caption: This is a comparison of an anapole field with common electric and magnetic dipoles. The anapole field, top, is generated by a toroidal electrical current. As a result, the field is confined within the torus, instead of spreading out like the fields generated by conventional electric and magnetic dipoles.

Credit: Michael Smeltzer, Vanderbilt University

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