Unit P℧
Name petamho
Category Electrical Conductance
Details In the field of electrical conductance, the unit P℧ (petamho) represents a very large measure of conductance. The term "petamho" is derived from the combination of the metric prefix "peta" and the unit "mho."

1 P℧ (petamho) is equivalent to 10^15 mhos, or 10^15 siemens (S). In simple terms, it means that it corresponds to 1,000,000,000,000,000 mhos or siemens. This is an extremely large quantity and is generally used in contexts where very high conductance values need to be discussed.

Electrical conductance measures the ability of a material to conduct electric current. It is the reciprocal of electrical resistance, and its unit in the International System of Units (SI) is the siemens (S), formerly called mho. Conductance is often used in various electrical engineering and physics applications, such as assessing the performance of electrical circuits, materials, and components.