The C. G. S. unit of magnetic reluctance or resistance, equal to the reluctance of a centimeter cube of air (or vacuum) between parallel faces. Also, a reluctance in which unit magnetomotive force sets up unit flux.

The unit of magnetic force in the centimeter, gram, second system of units. A unit of magnetic coercive force. Also used to define relative difficulty of erasing magnetic material.

The unit of magnetising force representing the magnetic field intensity at a distance of 1 centimetre in air or vacuum from the unit magnetic pole.

the magnetic field strength 1 cm from a unit magnetic pole

The C.G.S. unit for magnetizing force. The English system equivalent is Ampere Turns per Inch (1 Oersted equals 79.58 A/m). The S.I. unit is Ampere Turns per Meter.

The unit of magnetizing force in cgs units. One Oersted equals a magneto-motive force of one Gilbert per centimeter of path length.

The centimeter-gram-second electromagnetic unit of magnetic intensity. See gauss.

The unit of magnetic coercive force used to define difficult of erasure of magnetic material.

A unit of magnetic field strength.

Unit of magnetic field strength in the CGS electromagnetic system. One oersted equals a magnetomotive force of 1 gilbert per centimeter of flux path

(Oe) the measurement of force required to produce a change in the magnetic state of media ... higher numbers equate with higher packing density and increased capacity ... see also "coercivity"

A unit of magnetic field intensity equal to one dyne per cgs unit magnetic pole. See gauss.

The unit of magnetic field strength (H) in the CGS system. One Oersted equals the magnetomotive force of one Gilbert per centimeter of flux path.