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B-field:

- Tesla

- Weber (flux density of 1 Wb/m2 = 1 Tesla)

- Gauss (0.0001 Tesla)

H-field:

- Ampere per meter

- Oersted

At various places on the Earth's surface, the Earth's magnetic field ... the one

that the compass aligns with ... ranges roughly between 0.25 and 0.65 Gauss.

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What is the unit used to measure the strength of a magnetic field?

It depends on what you mean by 'the strength of a 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.


What is the SI unit of magnetic field strength?

The unit is a Tesla.


What does the magnetic flux per unit area indicate?

the strength of a magnetic field


Magnetic field strength unit?

Oersted which is equal to 79.58 Am-1AnswerAn oersted is an obsolete (cgsA) unit of measurement for flux density, not magnetic field strength. The SI unit is the ampere per metre.


What is the strength of the magnetic field of a magnet?

The strength of the magnetic field of a magnet varies between magnets. A magnetic field is composed of field lines called magnetic flux lines. The strength of the magnetic field is called flux density and is denoted by the letter 'B'. It is defined as the the magnetic flux passing through a unit of area normal to the field.


What unit is used to measure magnetic field strength?

The ampere per metre (but often spoken as 'ampere turn per metre').


Unit of magnetism are?

The unit of magnetism are: Weber for magnetic flux, Tesla for magnetic flux density and ampere per meter for magnetic field strength.


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/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.


Properties of magnetic field?

magnetic lines of forces are always continuous in the form of lopes strength of magnetic field is proportional to the number of lines per unit area.


What is the si units for magnetic field strength?

Magnetic field strength is defined as the magnetomotive force per unit length, and its SI unit of measurement is the ampere per metre (usually spoken as 'ampere-turn per metre').


In what unit do you measure magnetic energy in?

in what unit do you measure magnetic enegry


How do you calculate the magnetic field strength in a coil?

Magnetic field strength in a coil can be measured from the equation :-F=I*B*L Where, f=magnitude of Lorentz Force I=Current Flowing Through the Coil L=Length of the wire THE UNIT MAGNETIC FIELD STRENGTH IS 'TESLA' or Weber per metre sq.

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