Derived Unit of International System of Units
Henry
A SI derived unit of electric inductance. A coil with an inductance of one henry requires a flux of one weber for each ampere of induced current. If it is the current which changes, then the induced field will generate a potential difference within the coil: if the inductance is one henry a current change of one ampere per second generates a potential difference of one volt. The henry is a large unit; inductances in practical circuits are measured in millihenrys or microhenrys.
A unit of electric inductance. A coil with an inductance of one Henry requires a flux of one Weber for each Ampere of induced current. If it is the current which changes, then the induced field will generate a potential difference within the coil: if the inductance is one Henry a current change of one Ampere per second generates a potential difference of one volt. The Henry is a large unit; inductances in practical circuits are measured in millihenrys or microhenrys.(NCI)
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