The s.i. unit of efi is coulomb/metre sq.
That's the unit for the electric field. The SI units for electric field are, precisely, newtons/coulomb - or the equivalent, volts/meter. This unit doesn't have a special name.
The SI unit of electric current is the ampere. While it is an SI base unit, it can also be considered to be a combined unit, coulombs per second.
The SI unit for electric current is the ampere (A).
The SI unit of electric current is the Ampere.
international system unit (Si) for electric potential is "VOLTS". it is given in honor of scientist volt
Watt = SI unit of power Volt = SI unit of electric force
The unit for resistance is the Ohm.
it is watt
The SI unit of electric charge is the Coulomb.
The unit is a Tesla.
A coulomb is the SI derived unit of electric charge, whereas the ampere is the SI base unit for electric current.
No - Ampere is the SI base unit for measuring electric current.
the unit of magnetic field is tesla (si unit ) and gauss (cgs ) unit.1 tesla = 10,000 gauss .1 tesla= 1N/mAAnswerIt 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.
The "volt" is.
The coulomb (C).
Electric field intensity is the force experienced by a unit positive charge in another charge's electric field.
The ampere (symbol: A) is the SI Base Unit for electric current, and is defined in terms of the force between two, parallel, current-carrying conductors.
Electric flux linked with a surface is defined as the total number of electric field lines passing through that surface. SI unit of electric flux is N m^2 C^-1.
In SI system of units, the unit of electric charge is COULOMB
Ampere is the SI unit of electric current.