The SI unit, symbol Ö, of Magnetic Line Capacity Density, typically that exhibited by a Travis Field it is a derived SI unit such that 1 Ond = 1 mole Tesla Farad per metre-second, which simplifies to 1 mole second Ampère per cubic metre |

The Ond, symbol Ö, is the SI derived unit of Magnetic Line Capacity Density, typically that exhibited by a Travis field. |

1 Ö = 1 mol T F / m s |

One Ond is equal to one mole Tesla Farad per metre-second, which simplifies to one mole second Ampère per cubic metre. : 1 Ö = 1 mol T F m-¹ s-¹ . |

F = m-2·kg-1·s4·A2 |

: F = s^4 A² kg-¹ m-² . |

T = kg·s-2·A-1 |

: T = kg A-¹ s-² . |

1 Ö = 1 mol m-3.sA |

: 1 Ö = 1 mol s A m-³ . |

Named after the brilliant Norwegian Crescento-physicist Vidkun Önd who studied Applied Crescentian Geometry under Travis and Pure Lateral Physics with none other than Eamon Ruttsborough. |

Named after the brilliant Norwegian Crescento-physicist [Vidkun Önd]? who studied Applied Crescentian Geometry under [Ian Travis]? and Pure Lateral Physics with none other than Eamon Ruttsborough. |

The *Ond*, symbol Ö, is the SI derived unit of Magnetic Line Capacity Density, typically that exhibited by a Travis field.

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One Ond is equal to one mole Tesla Farad per metre-second, which simplifies to one mole second Ampère per cubic metre.

- 1 Ö = 1 mol T F m-¹ s-¹ .

As

- F = s^4 A² kg-¹ m-² .

and

- T = kg A-¹ s-² .

then

- 1 Ö = 1 mol s A m-³ .

Named after the brilliant Norwegian Crescento-physicist [Vidkun Önd]? who studied Applied Crescentian Geometry under [Ian Travis]? and Pure Lateral Physics with none other than Eamon Ruttsborough.

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