Unit E℧
Name examho
Category Electrical Conductance
Details Unit E℧ (examho) is a unit of electrical conductance, which represents the ease with which an electrical current can flow through a material or an electrical component. The term "examho" is derived from the unit "exa-," which is a SI prefix that represents 10^18, and "mho," which is an old term for the unit of electrical conductance known as siemens (symbolized by S).

So, the unit of E℧ (examho) is equal to 10^18 siemens (S). It is a very large unit of conductance and is generally used when discussing extremely high-precision electronic devices, materials with superconductivity, or high-power electrical systems. However, it's important to note that the use of the term "examho" is quite rare today, and the unit of siemens is more commonly used for the measurement of electrical conductance.