## Demystifying Electromagnetic Equations: A Complete Explanation of EM Unit Systems and Equation TransformationsIn classical Newtonian mechanics, equations and formulas never change form. The same thing cannot be said about the equations and formulas of electromagnetic theory, which often change form when converted from one system of units to another. This work aims to provide the technical professional with an explanation of how to convert electromagnetic equations from one system of units to another. The level is geared to professionals and students who have a sound understanding of electricity and magnetism. It explains all five systems of electromagnetic units in depth, four connected to the centimetre-gram-second (cgs) system of mechanical units and one connected to the metre-kilogram-second (mks) system of mechanical units - commonly called the Systeme International. |

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### Contents

Units Associated with NineteenthCentury Electromagnetic Theory | 65 |

teenth century | 136 |

Units Associated with TwentiethCentury Electromagnetic Theory | 149 |

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abamp abcoulq abvoltq abweber capacitance ccgs cgs system charge density Sq cmtime3 Coulomb's law current-loop magnetic dipole density P Replace dielectric constant dimensionless unit vector electric dipole density electric displacement electric field electric potential electric susceptibility electromagnetic physical quantities electromagnetic systems emu system emu units esuq and emuq field point formula free space fundamental dimension Gaussian system Gaussian units given the prefix gscg Heaviside-Lorentz notation Heaviside-Lorentz system length magnetic dipole density magnetic field magnetic flux magnetic induction magnetic permeability magnetic pole strength magnetic scalar potential magnetic vector potential magnetomotive force match the Heaviside-Lorentz match the rationalized Maxwell's equations mksRl numeric components permanent-magnet dipole density permeance physical quantities previous chapters rationalized mks notation rationalized mks system relative magnetic permeability Replace H scalar potential sec2 shows statampq statcoulq statfaradq statvoltq surface charge density surface current density system of units unrationalized mks volume charge density volume current density