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weber

 (Wb) [web´er]
the SI unit of magnetic flux which, linking a circuit of one turn, produces in it an electromotive force of one volt as it is reduced to zero at a uniform rate in one second.

Web·er

(web'ĕr),
Rainer, 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Weber stain.

We·ber

(vā'bĕr),
Ernst Heinrich, German physiologist and anatomist, 1795-1878. See: Weber glands, Weber law, Weber paradox, Weber test, Fechner-Weber law, Weber-Fechner law.

Web·er

(web'ĕr),

We·ber

(vā'bĕr),
Moritz Ignaz, German anatomist, 1795-1875. See: Weber organ.

Web·er

(web'ĕr),
Hermann, English physician, 1823-1918. See: Weber sign, Weber syndrome.

We·ber

(web'ĕr),
Wilhelm E., German physicist, 1804-1891. See: Weber point, Weber triangle.

web·er (Wb),

(web'ĕr),
SI unit of magnetic flux, equal to volt-seconds (V·s).
[Wilhelm E. Weber, 1804-1891]

weber

/web·er/ (Wb) (web´er) the SI unit of magnetic flux which, linking a circuit of one turn, produces in it an electromotive force of one volt as it is reduced to zero at a uniform rate in one second.

weber (Wb)

[web′ər]
Etymology: Wilhelm Edward Weber, German physicist, 1804-1891
a unit of magnetic flux equal to 1 m2kg/s2A.

web·er

(Wb) (vā'bĕr)
SI unit of magnetic flux, equal to volt-seconds (V·s).
[Wilhelm E. Weber, 1804-1891]

weber

the SI unit of magnetic flux which, linking a circuit of one turn, produces in it an electromotive force of one volt as it is reduced to zero at a uniform rate in one second; abbreviated Wb.
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The problem in much of the research that we are doing lies in determining the interplay of the algebraic nature of the formulas with the geometry and topology of the shapes these formulas represent," Weber says.
Ringer presents Weber as a clarifying thinker, critically examining the background assumptions of his age.
This short treatise, an extension of Weber's dissertation, has been skillfully translated by Lutz Kaelber of the University of Vermont, and allows us insight into the works of the early Weber.
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