# Magnetic Flux Density Converter

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## Magnetic Flux Density Converter

Magnetic Flux Density Converter is a tool that allows you to convert values of magnetic flux density from one unit to another.

## What is Magnetic Flux Density?

Magnetic flux density is commonly referred to as magnetic induction or magnetic field strength. It tells the strength and density of a magnetic field in a given region and is denoted by B.

The magnitude of this force depends on the strength of the magnetic field which is measured by the magnetic flux density.  When a magnetic field is present it exerts a force on charged particles of magnetic materials like iron within its influence.

One tesla is equivalent to one Weber (Wb) per square meter (m²). The tesla is a large unit as compared to milli-tesla (mT) or micro-tesla (µT) so these are used for smaller magnetic fields.

The concept of magnetic flux density is almost similar to magnetic flux, which is the total magnetic field passing through a surface. The magnetic flux density (B) is related to magnetic flux (Φ) and the area (A) the magnetic field passes through by the following equation:

### Formula:

Φ = B × A

Where:

• Φ is the magnetic flux.
• B is the magnetic flux density.
• A is the area.

## Examples

Example

Convert 23 Gauss into other units.

Solution

 Method Value Unit Gauss: 23.000000 G Gauss(international): 22.992390 G Line/square centimeter: 23.000000 line/cm2 Line/square inch: 148.38680 line/in2 Maxwell/square centimeter: 23.000000 Mx/cm2 Maxwell/square inch: 148.38680 Mx/in2 Maxwell/square meter: 0.0023000000 Mx/M2 Tesla: 0.0023000000 T Weber/sq. centimeter: 2.3000000e-7 Wb/cm2 Weber/sq. inch: 0.0000014838680 Wb/in2 Weber/square meter: 0.0023000000 Wb/M2