Both units are used to measure magnetic flux density. The tesla is the SI unit of measurement, whereas the gauss is an obsolete, cgsA, unit.
Both measure the same thing: magnetic flux density (magnetic field). The gauss is a unit of the older cgs system; the tesla is part of the currently-used SI system. 1 tesla = 10,000 gauss.
Gauss is an old (cgs) unit for magnetic field strength. To convert to modern units (tesla), divide by 10,000.
The mathematician was Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855). The CGS unit of magnetic flux intensity, the gauss (1/10000 tesla) was named for Gauss.
Gauss i the unit of the magnetic field B, one Tesla = 1E4 Gauss or one Tesla = one maxwell per square centimeter (1 T = 1Mx/cm2) or one Test = one weber per square meter (1 T = 1 Wb/m2)
You'll see all of the following:B-field:- Tesla- Weber (flux density of 1 Wb/m2 = 1 Tesla)- Gauss (0.0001 Tesla)H-field:- Ampere per meter- OerstedAt various places on the Earth's surface, the Earth's magnetic field ... the onethat the compass aligns with ... ranges roughly between 0.25 and 0.65 Gauss.
The is smaller and easier to use.
This theorem gives a relation between the total flux through any surface and net charge enclosed within the surface.
In the SI system the tesla (T) is 10,000 lines per square centimeter. Thus the relationship: 1 T = 10,000 G
the unit of magnetic field is tesla (si unit ) and gauss (cgs ) unit.1 tesla = 10,000 gauss .1 tesla= 1N/mAAnswerIt depends on what you mean by 'magnetic field'. If you mean 'magnetic flux', then the SI unit is the weber(pronounced 'vay-ber'). If you mean 'magnetic flux density', then the SI unit is the tesla. If you mean 'magnetic field strength', then the SI unit is the ampere per metre.
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