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What is Tesla in physics?


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  1. Tesla can be defined as the unit of magnetic induction. It is denoted by “T”.1Tesla is equal to the one weber of magnetic induction per square meter of area.
  2. The S.I base unit of the tesla is kilogramsecond-2ampere-1 (kg.s-2A-1). The SI unit of magnetic induction is named in honor of the Serbian-American engineer and inventor Nikola Tesla, upon the Slovenian inventor and electrical engineer France Avcin).

Therefore, the intensity of the field is produced by onenewton(N) of forceperampere(A) of current per meter of conductor.


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