# Henry the unit of inductance in physics formula

## Henry.

Henry – unit of inductance in the International system of units (SI). Has the Russian designation – GBV and international designation – H.

Henry, as a unit of measurement

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Multiple and fractional units Henry

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## Henry as unit of measure:

Henry – unit of inductance in the International system of units (SI), named after the American scientist Joseph Henry.

Henry as the unit of measurement is the Russian designation – GBV and international designation – H.

The circuit has an inductance of one Henry if a change of the electric current at the rate of one ampere per second creates electromotive intensity of induction, equal to one volt.

1 Henry is equal to the inductance of the electric circuit, the excitation magnetic flux of 1 Weber, when the DC current in it is 1 ampere.

H = V · s / A = (kg · m2) / (S2 · A2) = WB / A.

1 h = 1 V · 1 1 A = (1 kg · 1 m2) / (1 C2 · A2 1) = 1 WB / 1 A.

In the International system of units Henry introduced by decision of the XI General conference on weights and measures in 1960, simultaneously with the adoption of the SI as a whole. In accordance with the rules SI, and relating the derived units are named for scientists, the name of the unit “Henry” is written with a lowercase letter and its name — from the title (GN). Such writing of the designation is stored in the symbols for derived units formed by using Henry.

## The application of Henry:

Henry measured the inductance and mutual inductance of the conductor.

## View Henry in other units – of the formula:

Through the basic and derived SI units Henry says:

H = (kg · m2) / (S2 · A2)

H = V · s / A

H = m2 · kg / Кл2

GN = J / A2

H = Ω · s

H = WB / A

where A is amperes, In volts, WB – Weber, j – Joule, KL – pendant, m – meter, Ohm – Ohm s – second W – watt, kg – kilogram.

## Multiple and fractional units Henry:

Multiple and sub-multiple units are formed using standard prefixes of the SI.

Multiple |
Dolny |
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value |
name |
marking |
value |
name |
marking |
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101 GN | decahedra |
Dan | daH | 10-1 GN | dechene |
DGN | dH |

102 GN | gectigini |
GGN | hH | 10-2 GN | antigene |
sgn | cH |

103 GN | kilohenry |
REAG | kH | 10-3 GN | – MH |
mH | mH |

106 GN | megagene |
MH | MH | 10-6 GN | microgenre |
mH | µH |

109 GN | hygiene |
GGN | GH | 10-9 GN | nanohenry |
NH | nH |

1012 GN | teragency |
TGN | TH | 10-12 GN | ecogene |
PGN | pH |

1015 GN | petagine |
PGN | PH | 10-15 GN | femtoline |
fgn | fH |

1018 GN | exogeni |
Ehn | EH | 10-18 GN | attagene |
AGN | aH |

1021 GN | setgenre |
Zgn | ZH | 10-21 GN | septocaine |
zgn | zH |

1024 GN | ottieni |
IGN | YH | 10-24 GN | octogene |
IGN | yH |

Source: https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Генри_(mil)

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