Magnetic Flux Converter

Magnetic Flux refers to a measure of the strength of a magnetic field over a given area. The SI unit of magnetic flux is the weber (Wb) (in derived units: volt-seconds). The CGS unit is the maxwell. The magnetic flux through a given surface is proportional to the number of magnetic B field lines that pass through the surface. The apparatus used to measure magnetic flux is called a flux meter; it consists of coils and electronics which evaluate the voltage change in the coil to measure the magnetic flux. It is measured in maxwells or webers: symbol, Φ.
Magnetic Flux Conversion
Enter Value:
Gauss square centimeter: G/cm2
Kiloline: Kline
Line: line
Maxwell: Mx
Maxwell (International): Mx
Megaline: mgline
Tesla square centimeter: T/cm2
Tesla square meter: T/m2
Volt second: V/s
Weber: Web
Formula
Φ = ∫∫ B.dsĀ 

Where,
Φ is the magnetic flux
B is the magnetic field,
S is the surface (area) and
'.' denotes the dot product,

A measure of the quantity of magnetism, being the total number of magnetic lines of force passing through a specified area in a magnetic field is termed as magnetic flux. Magnetic flux is the amount of magnetic field passing through per unit area.

Example:
Convert the 25 gauss square centimeter to various units.

Solution:
gauss square centimeter = 25
kiloline = kiloline
line = 25
maxwell = 25
maxwell (International) = 24.99172773811868
megaline = 0.000025
tesla square centimeter = 0.0025
tesla square meter = 2.5e-7
volt second = 2.5e-7
weber = 2.5e-7