# How do you find the magnitude of a magnetic field?

**magnitude**of the

**magnetic field**is 6.00 x 10

^{-}

^{6}T, which can also be written as (micro-Tesla). The direction of the

**magnetic field**can be determined using the "right hand rule", by pointing the thumb of your right hand in the direction of the current.

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Then, how do you find the magnitude of a magnetic force?

The **magnitude** of the **force** is F = qvB sinθ where θ is the angle < 180 degrees between the velocity and the **magnetic** field. This implies that the **magnetic force** on a stationary charge or a charge moving parallel to the **magnetic** field is zero. 3. The direction of the **force** is given by the right hand rule.

Beside above, what is the SI unit of magnetic force? In **SI units**, B is measured in teslas (symbol: T) and correspondingly ΦB (**magnetic** flux) is measured in webers (symbol: Wb) so that a flux density of 1 Wb/m2 is 1 tesla. The **SI unit** of tesla is equivalent to (newton.

Similarly, it is asked, what is the formula of magnetic field?

A current-carrying wire feels a force in the presence of an external **magnetic field**. It is found to be F=Bilsinθ F = Bi l sin θ , where ℓ is the length of the wire, i is the current, and θ is the angle between the current direction and the **magnetic field**.

What is the SI unit of magnetic field?

Tesla is the **SI unit of magnetic field**. 1 Tesla = 1 Weber per square meter. Gauss is CGS **unit**. 1 Gauss = 1 Maxwell per square cm. Weber and Maxwell are the corresponding MKS and CGS **units** for **magnetic** flux.