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## Magnetic Flux Density and Magnetic Induction | ||
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## Characteristic | ## atomic-unit-of-magnetic-flux-density | ## Notes | ||
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## Metric (SI) Equivalent | 2.3505175676×105 teslas | |||

## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units | ||||

## Standard Uncertainty | ± 7.1×10-5 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 | ||
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## Other Name | gamma | |||

## Metric (SI) Equivalent | This equivalent and the others below are exact. | |||

## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units | ||||

## 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 | ||
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## Symbol |
Gs | |||

## Other Name | G | |||

## Metric (SI) Equivalent | This equivalent and the others below are exact. | |||

## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units | ||||

## 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 | ||
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## 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 | ||||

## Metric (SI) Dimensions | mass × time-2 × electric-current-1 | |