Unit aH
Name attohenry
Category Inductance
Details An attohenry (aH) is a unit of inductance in the International System of Units (SI) and is a very small unit that represents the inductance of an electrical component in the field of electromagnetism. Inductance is a property of a wire or coil that resists changes in electric current flowing through it, by storing magnetic energy.

The attohenry (aH) is equal to 1 x 10^(-18) henrys (H), where the henry (H) is the base unit for inductance in the SI system. This means that one attohenry is 0.000000000000000001 henrys (1e-18 H). It is usually used to represent very small inductance values in nanoscale electromagnetic systems and circuits or when studying quantum behavior and properties of inductors.