Unit ZWb
Name zettaweber
Category Magnetic Flux
Details Zeptoweber (zWb) is a unit of magnetic flux in the International System of Units (SI). It represents a very small quantity of magnetic flux, with one zeptoweber being equal to 10^-21 webers (Wb). In the field of magnetic flux, the weber is the standard unit to measure the strength and flow of magnetic field lines passing through a particular area.

The prefix "zepto" is used to denote exceptionally small quantities, and it typically appears in scientific fields that deal with atomic or molecular level measurements or phenomena. Therefore, a zeptoweber would indicate an incredibly small magnitude of magnetic flux, which might be encountered in situations where extremely weak magnetic fields are being studied, such as in nanotechnology or quantum physics.