## What is the SI unit of magnetic field B?

teslas

In the SI System: B is measured in teslas represented as T. Whereas the H-field is measured in amperes per metre (A/m).

## What is the unit of magnetic field in SI units?

tesla

The tesla (symbol T) is the derived SI unit of magnetic flux density, which represents the strength of a magnetic field. One tesla represents one weber per square meter. The equivalent, and superseded, cgs unit is the gauss (G); one tesla equals exactly 10,000 gauss.

**What is the value of B in magnetic field?**

The magnitude of the magnetic field field a radial distance r away from a long, straight wire is B = μ0I/(2πr). Details of the calculation: B = (4π*10-7 N/A2)*30 A/(2π*0.01 m) = 1.2*10-5/*0.02 = N/(As) = 5*10-4 T. For comparison, near Knoxville, TN, the strength of the Earth magnetic field is ~ 53 microT = 5.3*10-5 T.

### What are B and H and what are the units in the CGS SI system?

In the CGS system, a smaller unit of the magnetic field (B-field) is Gauss, denoted by the symbol G. The relation between Tesla and Gauss is given as 1 T = 10,000G. Furthermore, the H-field in the CGS system is measured with the help of Oersted (Oe), which is equivalent to 1 dyne per maxwell.

### What is magnetic field and its units?

The International System (SI) unit of field intensity for magnetic fields is Tesla (T). The magnetic field is the zone surrounding a magnet in which the magnetic force occurs. Magnetic fields can be formed by shifting electrical charges.

**What unit is B in physics?**

In SI units, B is measured in teslas (symbol: T). In Gaussian-cgs units, B is measured in gauss (symbol: G).

## What does B in physics stand for?

b = beta particle. B = bell (sound intensity) Bq = becquerel (activity)

## What is the SI and CGS unit of magnetic field?

Solution : Unit of magnetic field is cgs system is gauss and in SI is tesla or `NA^-1m^-1` or weber `m^-2`.