Math and Arithmetic
Units of Measure
What is the SI unit of electric field?
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What is the unit of magnetic field?
the unit of magnetic field is tesla (si unit ) and gauss (cgs ) unit. 1 tesla = 10,000 gauss . 1 tesla= 1N/mA Answer It depends on what you mean by 'magnetic field'. If you mean 'magnetic flux', then the SI unit is the weber (pronounced 'vay-ber'). If you mean 'magnetic flux density', then the SI unit is the tesla. If you mean 'magnetic field strength', then the SI unit is the ampere per metre.
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What is the unit used to measure the strength of a magnetic field?
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What is electric and magnetic flux?
Electric flux is corresponding to the quantity of electric field lines going through a surface perpendicular to the lines. More generally, in the event that the electric field is uniform, the electric flux going through a surface is ES cos theta, where S is the area of the surface, E is the magnitude of the electric field and theta is the angle between the field lines and the normal to the surface. Magnetic flux is the quantity of magnetic field lines going through a closed surface. The SI unit of attractive flux is the weber (Wb). The CGS unit is the maxwell.
What is the SI derived unit?
A derived SI unit is made up of two or more SI base units. There are dozens of them. Pressure, volume, area, force, acceleration, velocity, energy, torque, momentum, power, temperature, electric and magnetic field, electric and magnetic flux, capacitance, inductance, eclectic potential, resistance, pressure, density, molar mass, and frequency are all derived SI values.