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
Φ = ∫∫ B.dsĀ 

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.

Convert the 25 gauss square centimeter to various units.

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