 unit:Gs

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The gauss, abbreviated as $$G$$, is the cgs unit of measurement of a magnetic field $$B$$, which is also known as the "magnetic flux density" or the "magnetic induction". One gauss is defined as one maxwell per square centimeter; it equals $$10^{-4} tesla$$ (or $$100 micro T$$). The Gauss is identical to maxwells per square centimetre; technically defined in a three-dimensional system, it corresponds in the SI, with its extra base unit the ampere. The gauss is quite small by earthly standards, 1 Gs being only about four times Earth's flux density, but it is subdivided, with $$1 gauss = 105 gamma$$. This unit of magnetic induction is also known as the $$\textit{abtesla}$$.

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The gauss, abbreviated as $$G$$, is the cgs unit of measurement of a magnetic field $$B$$, which is also known as the "magnetic flux density" or the "magnetic induction". One gauss is defined as one maxwell per square centimeter; it equals $$10^{-4} tesla$$ (or $$100 micro T$$). The Gauss is identical to maxwells per square centimetre; technically defined in a three-dimensional system, it corresponds in the SI, with its extra base unit the ampere. The gauss is quite small by earthly standards, 1 Gs being only about four times Earth's flux density, but it is subdivided, with $$1 gauss = 105 gamma$$. This unit of magnetic induction is also known as the $$\textit{abtesla}$$.
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