SI Units

Quantity | Symbol | Unit & (Abbr.) |
---|---|---|

Magnetic Induction Magnetic Flux Density | B | tesla (T) |

Magnetic susceptibility | _{e} | none |

Magnetic Moment | m | ampere metre^{2} (A m^{2}) |

Magnetisation (Magnetic moment/unit volume) | M | ampere/metre (A m^{-}^{1}) |

Also to know is, what is the magnetizing force?

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**Magnetising**field intensity or**Magnetising Force**or Magnetic Intensity (H). The degree to which a magnetic field can**magnetize**a material is called magnetic field or**magnetizing**.**force**or Magnetic Intensity and It is defined as the number of ampere-turns (=nI) per unit length of. a solenoid.What is the unit of magnetic induction?

In SI units, B is measured in

**teslas**(symbol: T) and correspondingly Φ_{B}(magnetic flux) is measured in webers (symbol: Wb) so that a flux density of 1 Wb/m^{2}is 1**tesla**. The SI unit of**tesla**is equivalent to (newton. second)/(coulomb.**metre**).What is the unit of reluctance?

The definition can be expressed as follows: ("R") is the reluctance in

**ampere-turns**per weber (a unit that is equivalent to turns per henry). "Turns" refers to the winding number of an electrical conductor comprising an inductor. Φ ("Phi") is the**magnetic**flux in webers.