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  How to check if $B=0$ and $\mu \neq 0$ ?

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This is a match the column type question where Column I may have multiple matches to Column II. 

I was able to find the correct matches corresponding to $E=0$ and $V \neq 0$ but I cannot find the correct matches for $B=0$ and $\mu \neq 0$. Please tell me the concept or any hint. Thank you.

Closed as per community consensus as the post is not graduate-level
asked May 19, 2017 in Closed Questions by Aman Sharma [ no revision ]
recategorized May 19, 2017 by Dilaton

This question is better fitted for physics.stackexchange.com, but even there they would require to describe things such as whether you understand how the magnetic field or magnetic moment is calculated, what you have done so far in this respect, and what is your difficulty.

I agree with Void, this is not graduate-level, voting to close.

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