# Magnetic Flux Density Converter

Magnetic flux density (B) is a physical quantity used as one of the fundamental measures of the intensity of magnetic field. The unit of magnetic flux density is Tesla (T).

Magnetic flux density is a force per unit of sensitive element, which in this case is a current. It is a vector magnitude, and is calculated as the magnitude of the magnetic force per unit of current in a given elemental length of a conductor.

To facilitate easy conversions between different units, a Magnetic Flux Density Converter tool has been developed. Let's explore the various units:

• Tesla (T): Tesla is the SI unit of magnetic flux density, equal to one Weber per square meter. It represents the magnetic flux across a surface of 1 square meter perpendicular to a magnetic field.
Conversion Factor: 1 T = 1 Wb/m²

• Weber per Square Meter (Wb/m²): Represents the magnetic flux in Weber across a surface of 1 square meter perpendicular to a magnetic field. It is an equivalent to the Tesla unit.
Conversion Factor: 1 Wb/m² = 1 T

• Weber per Square Centimeter (Wb/cm²): Similar to the weber per square meter, but its surface is expressed in square centimeters instead.
Conversion Factor: 1 Wb/cm² = 10,000 T

• Weber per Square Inch (Wb/in²): Similar to the weber per square meter, but its surface is expressed in square inches instead.
Conversion Factor: 1 Wb/in² = 1,550.0031 T

• Maxwell per Square Meter (Mx/m²): A CGS unit representing the magnetic flux in Maxwell across a surface of 1 square meter perpendicular to a magnetic field.
Conversion Factor: 1 Mx/m² = 1 / 100,000,000 T = 0.00000001 T

• Maxwell per Square Centimeter (Mx/cm²): Similar to the maxwell per square meter, but its surface is expressed in square centimeters instead.
Conversion Factor: 1 Mx/cm² = 1 / 10,000 T = 0.0001 T

• Maxwell per Square Inch (Mx/in²): Similar to the maxwell per square meter, but its surface is expressed in square inches instead.
Conversion Factor: 1 Mx/in² = 1 / 64,516 T = 0.000015500031 T

• Gauss (G): A unit used in the CGS system, equivalent to the maxwell per square centimeter unit.
Conversion Factor: 1 G = 1 Mx/cm² = 0.0001 T

• Line per Square Centimeter (l/cm²): An equivalent unit to the maxwell per square centimeter.
Conversion Factor: 1 l/cm² = 1 Mx/cm² = 0.0001 T

• Line per Square Inch (l/in²): An equivalent unit to the maxwell per square inch.
Conversion Factor: 1 l/in² = 1 Mx/in² = 0.000015500031 T

• Gamma (γ): A non-SI unit of magnetic flux density, sometimes used in geophysics, equal to 10^(-5) Gauss, or 1 Nanotesla.
Conversion Factor: 1 γ = 1 × 10^(-9) T = 0.000000001 T

Magnetic flux density measures the strength of a magnetic field and plays a crucial role in various applications, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), electronic devices, and industrial processes. Understanding the units and employing a reliable converter tool is essential for accurate calculations and effective communication within the field of magnetism and electromagnetism.