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Name (Symbol) 
Base Unit 
Unit Symbol 
Angular Frequency 
radians/second 
ω 
Admittance (Y) 
siemens 
S 
Capacitance (C) 
farad 
F 
Capacitive Reactance (X_{C}) 
ohm 
Ω 
Center Frequency (F_{c}) 
hertz 
Hz 
Charge 
coulomb 
C 
Conductance (G) [] 
siemen [mho] 
S () [1/Ω] 
Conductivity (σ) 
siemens/meter 
S/m 
Current (I) 
ampere 
A 
Dipole Moment 
coulombÂ·meter 
p 
Electric Charge 
coulomb 
Q 
Electric Flux 
coulomb 
Ψ 
Electric Flux Density 
coulomb/meter^{2 } 
D 
Electric Susceptibility 
1 
χ_{e} 
Energy (E) 
joule 
J 
Frequency 
hertz 
Hz 
Impedance (Z) 
ohm 
Ω 
Inductance (L) 
henry 
H 
Inductive Reactance (X_{L}) 
ohm 
Ω 
Joule 
watt·second 
J 
Linear Current Density 
amperes/meter^{2} 
A 
Magnetic Field 
tesla 
T 
Magnetic Flux 
weber 
Φ 
Magnetic Flux Linkage 
weber 
Λ 
Magnetic Flux Density 
tesla 
B 
Magnetic Susceptibility 
1 
χ_{μ} 
Magnetic Vector Potential 
weber/meter 
A 
Magnetization 
ampere/meter 
M 
Magnetomotive Force 
weber 
Wb 
Mutual Inductance 
henry 
L_{i,j} M_{i,j} 
Permeability 
henrys/meter 
μ 
Permittivity 
farads/meter 
ε 
Phase Angle 
radian 
Φ 
Phase Coefficient 
radian 
β 
Potential (V) 
volt 
V 
Power (P) 
watt 
W 
Reluctance (R) 
1/henrys 
1/H 
Reluctivity 
meters/henry 
ν 
Resistance (R) 
ohm 
Ω 
Resistivity (ρ) 
ohm·meter 
Ω*m 
Resonant Frequency (F_{r}) 
hertz 
Hz 
Surface Density of Charge 
coulombs/meter^{2} 
σ 
Susceptance (B) 
siemen 
S 
Volume Density of Charge 
coulombs/meter^{3} 
ρ 
Volume Resistivity 
ohms/meter^{3} 
ρ 
Wavelength 
meter 
λ

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