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Magnetic Flux Density and Magnetic Induction

Characteristic

atomic-unit-of-magnetic-flux-density

Notes

Metric (SI) Equivalent

2.350517464×105 teslas

Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

2.350517464×105 webers / meter2

2.350517464×105 kilograms / ampere second2

Standard Uncertainty

± 0.0052 teslas

Metric (SI) Dimensions

mass × time-2 × electric-current-1

These are the dimensions of the "magnetic flux density" quantity in SI units. There are other unit systems used in electromagnetics that may assign different dimensions.

Characteristic

gamma-flux

Notes

Other Name

gamma

Metric (SI) Equivalent

1 nanotesla

This equivalent and the others below are exact.

Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

1 nanoweber / meter2

1×10-9 kilograms / ampere second2

Metric (SI) Dimensions

mass × time-2 × electric-current-1

These are the dimensions of the "magnetic flux density" quantity in SI units. There are other unit systems used in electromagnetics that may assign different dimensions.

Characteristic

gauss

Notes

Symbol

Gs

Other Name

G

Metric (SI) Equivalent

100 microteslas

This equivalent and the others below are exact.

Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

100 microwebers / meter2

1×10-4 kilograms / ampere second2

Metric (SI) Dimensions

mass × time-2 × electric-current-1

These are the dimensions of the "magnetic flux density" quantity in SI units. There are other unit systems used in electromagnetics that may assign different dimensions.

Characteristic

tesla

Notes

Symbol

T

Metric (SI) Equivalent

tesla is a metric unit (in fact, it is a derived SI unit)

Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

1 weber / meter2

1 kilogram / ampere second2

Metric (SI) Dimensions

mass × time-2 × electric-current-1

These are the dimensions of the "magnetic flux density" quantity in SI units. There are other unit systems used in electromagnetics that may assign different dimensions.