The amount of magnetic flux in a unit area perpendicular to the direction of magnetic flow.
Describes the intensity of a magnetic field in free space*. (*at some distance from its source)
Intensity of an applied magnetic field.
One of the two closely related characteristics of a magnetic field (the other is the magnetic flux density). For EMFs, it is normal just to refer the magnetic field without worrying about the distinction
Magnetizing or demagnetizing force, is the measure of the vector magnetic quantity that determines the ability of an electric current, or a magnetic body, to induce a magnetic field at a given point; measured in Oersteds.
The magnitude of a magnetic field vector, usually expressed in Oersted or ampere-turns per meter.
A measurement of the magnetic ability to induce a magnetic field at a given point. This is measured in Oersteds.
Same as magnetic field intensity.