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(b&#x0113;&#x2019; &#x014D; s&#x2202; vart&#x2019;) [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Ampere&#x2019;s_law|''Ampere&#x2019;s law'']] (q.v.). Named for [[Special:MyLanguage/Jean Baptiste Biot|Jean Baptiste Biot]] (1774&#x2013;1862) and [[Special:MyLanguage/Felix Savart|Felix Savart]] (1791&#x2013;1841), French physicists.
 
(b&#x0113;&#x2019; &#x014D; s&#x2202; vart&#x2019;) [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Ampere&#x2019;s_law|''Ampere&#x2019;s law'']] (q.v.). Named for [[Special:MyLanguage/Jean Baptiste Biot|Jean Baptiste Biot]] (1774&#x2013;1862) and [[Special:MyLanguage/Felix Savart|Felix Savart]] (1791&#x2013;1841), French physicists.
  
  
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(bē’ ō s∂ vart’) Ampere’s law (q.v.). Named for Jean Baptiste Biot (1774–1862) and Felix Savart (1791–1841), French physicists.


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