Magnetic force on a current-carrying conductor:
B is measured in Tesla, T.
i is measured in Amperes, A.
L is mesured in meters, m.
Show that the unit of magnetic force (N) is equal to WbA/m. Where Wb is weber, A is Ampere and m is meter.
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