Unit | yH |
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Name | yoctohenry |

Category | Inductance |

Details | In the field of inductance, the unit yoctohenry (yH) is a unit of measurement that represents one septillionth (1/1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000) of a henry. The henry (H) is the base unit of inductance in the International System of Units (SI). Inductance is the property of an electrical conductor that opposes changes in the rate of electric current flow through the conductor. Yoctohenry is a very small unit of inductance, typically used for analyzing or modeling extremely small inductances or when dealing with nanotechnology and molecular scale electronics. |

yH(yoctohenry) to abH(abhenry)yH(yoctohenry) to aH(attohenry)yH(yoctohenry) to cH(centihenry)yH(yoctohenry) to daH(decahenry)yH(yoctohenry) to dH(decihenry)yH(yoctohenry) to EH(exahenry)yH(yoctohenry) to fH(femtohenry)yH(yoctohenry) to GH(gigahenry)yH(yoctohenry) to H(henry)yH(yoctohenry) to hH(hectohenry)yH(yoctohenry) to kH(kilohenry)yH(yoctohenry) to MH(megahenry)yH(yoctohenry) to mH(millihenry)yH(yoctohenry) to nH(nanohenry)yH(yoctohenry) to PH(petahenry)yH(yoctohenry) to pH(picohenry)yH(yoctohenry) to TH(terahenry)yH(yoctohenry) to YH(yottahenry)yH(yoctohenry) to zH(zeptohenry)yH(yoctohenry) to ZH(zettahenry)yH(yoctohenry) to µH(microhenry)