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Old 23rd March 2004, 11:29 PM   #1
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Default SI system unit for magnetic induction?

Wife is doing crosswords....asking all kinds of wierd questions, among questions about fish and names of southern american states, she came up with this one.



Whats the SI system unit for magnetic induction?

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Must be Tesla, newtons per ampere per square meter. But that's magnetic field strength, not induction...
/me looks in physics textbook
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Thanks a lot Sch3mat1c, wife was happy with tesla.

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Just remember, orca => grampus. Obi. Eria. Emeer. Omoo and Typee.

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Just remember, orca => grampus. Obi. Eria. Emeer. Omoo and Typee.


Are you trying to speak english????


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No, I'm speaking crossword. It's its own language.
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/me looks in physics textbook
That makes me feel better. I guessed oersted or gause with out looking. Turns out they were CGM...
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Yeah, 1 Tesla = 10,000 Gauss. Didn't see Oersteds (sp) in there...

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