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I am having some problems with converting experimental data to SI units.

In a SQUID I measured a magnetic sample and the saturation magnetization is, let's say a.

Let' s take the volume of the sample V (cm^3)

According to a lot of conversion tables I should get:

(4*Pi) * 10^(-4) *a/V for the magnetization in T(esla).

The problem is that I get a very big unrealistic number.

Does anyone know for sure if this is correct or not?

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# Conversions in magnetic units

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