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we·ber / ˈwebər/ (abbr.: Wb) • n. the SI unit of magnetic flux, causing the electromotive force of one volt in a circuit of one turn when generated or removed in one second.

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weber (symbol Wb) SI unit of magnetic flux (the strength and extent of a magnetic field). In a circuit of one turn, one weber produces an electromotive force (emf) of one volt as it is reduced to zero in one second. It is named after the German physicist Wilhelm Weber (1804–91).

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weber unit of magnetic flux. XIX. f. name of Wilhelm Weber (1804–91), G. physicist.

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