Henry, Physics

Henry; H (after W. Henry, 1775-1836):

The derived SI unit of inductance, described as the inductance of a closed circuit wherein an electromotive force of 1 V is generated when the electric current varies consistently at a rate of 1 A/s; therefore it has units of V s/A.

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