abhenry

abhenry

[ab-hen-ree]
noun, plural abhenries. Electricity.
the centimeter-gram-second unit of inductance, equivalent to 10 −9 henry.

Origin:
ab- (see abampere) + henry

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abhenry (æbˈhɛnrɪ)
 
n , pl -ries
the cgs unit of inductance in the electromagnetic system; the inductance that results when a rate of change of current of 1 abampere per second generates an induced emf of 1 abvolt: equivalent to 10--9 henry

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