Unit YWb
Name yottaweber
Category Magnetic Flux
Details In the field of magnetic flux, a yoctoweber (yWb) is a unit used to measure very small amounts of magnetic flux. It is a derived unit in the International System of Units (SI) and is defined as one septillionth of a weber (Wb).

One yoctoweber is equal to 10^-24 webers (1 yWb = 10^-24 Wb). Given that the weber is the primary SI unit for magnetic flux, the yoctoweber is used when dealing with extremely low levels of magnetic flux, typically in situations involving microscopic or nanoscale magnetic fields or devices.