The force that produces magnetic flux.
Line integral of magnetic field intensity between any two points. Force that tends to produce a magnetic field and is the magnetic analog to electromotive force.
The magnetic potential difference between any two points. Analogous to voltage in electrical circuits. That which tends to produce a magnetic field. Commonly produced by a current flowing through a coil of wire. Measured in Gilberts (C.G.S.) or Ampere Turns (S.I.).
Force that produces a magnetic field.
The force required to produce magnetic flux. When electrically induced, magnetomotive force is proportional to (and can be measured in) ampere-turns (SI) or gilberts (cgs). Sometimes known as Magnetic Field Strength.
Magnetomotive force is any physical cause that produces magnetic flux. It is analogous to electromotive force or voltage in electricity.