Unit T℧
Name teramho
Category Electrical Conductance
Details Teramho (T℧) is a unit of electrical conductance in the International System of Units (SI) and represents a very large value of conductance. It is derived from the basic unit of conductance, which is the siemens (S).

1 Teramho is equal to 1 trillion (10^12) siemens. In other words, 1 T℧ = 1,000,000,000,000 S.

Electrical conductance measures the ability of a material to allow electric current to flow through it. A higher value of electrical conductance indicates that the material allows electric current to pass through it more easily. Conversely, a lower value of electrical conductance implies that the material is a poor conductor of electric current. Teramho is used for describing very high conductance values, typically when dealing with large-scale electrical systems or very good conductive materials.