## Characteristic## line-of-induction## Notes## Other Namesline, line-of-electrostatic-induction - Characteristic
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## Metric (SI) Equivalent10 nanowebers This equivalent and the others below are exact. ## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units10 nanovolt seconds 1×10-8 meter2 kilograms / ampere second2 ## Metric (SI) Dimensionslength2 × mass × time-2 × electric-current-1 These are the dimensions of the "magnetic flux" quantity in SI units. There are other unit systems used in electromagnetics that may assign different dimensions. ## Characteristic## magnetic-flux-quantum## Notes## SymbolΦ0 Use "phi-0" for our conversion calculators. ## Metric (SI) Equivalent2.067833758×10-15 webers ## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units2.067833758×10-15 volt seconds 2.067833758×10-15 meter2 kilograms / ampere second2 ## Standard Uncertainty± 4.6×10-23 webers ## Metric (SI) Dimensionslength2 × mass × time-2 × electric-current-1 These are the dimensions of the "magnetic flux" quantity in SI units. There are other unit systems used in electromagnetics that may assign different dimensions. ## Characteristic## maxwell## Notes## SymbolMx ## Metric (SI) Equivalent10 nanowebers This equivalent and the others below are exact. ## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units10 nanovolt seconds 1×10-8 meter2 kilograms / ampere second2 ## Metric (SI) Dimensionslength2 × mass × time-2 × electric-current-1 These are the dimensions of the "magnetic flux" quantity in SI units. There are other unit systems used in electromagnetics that may assign different dimensions. ## Characteristic## statweber## Notes## Metric (SI) Equivalent299.792458 webers ## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units299.792458 volt seconds 299.792458 meter2 kilograms / ampere second2 ## Metric (SI) Dimensionslength2 × mass × time-2 × electric-current-1 ## Characteristic## unit-pole## Notes## Other Nameunit-magnetic-pole ## Metric (SI) Equivalent125.66370614 nanowebers ## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units125.66370614 nanovolt seconds 1.2566370614×10-7 meter2 kilograms / ampere second2 ## Metric (SI) Dimensionslength2 × mass × time-2 × electric-current-1 ## Description in Terms of Other Units and Constants4 pi maxwells ## Characteristic## weber## Notes## SymbolWb ## Metric (SI) Equivalentweber is a metric unit (in fact, it is a derived SI unit) ## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units1 volt second 1 meter2 kilogram / ampere second2 ## Metric (SI) Dimensionslength2 × mass × time-2 × electric-current-1 ## Video |