# Susceptance

Susceptance is a measure of how easily a material can be magnetized. The higher the susceptance, the more easily the material can be magnetized. The susceptibility of a material is usually expressed as a ratio of the magnetic flux density to the applied magnetic field. For example, a material with a susceptibility of 2.5 would have a magnetic flux density of 2.5 Tesla if an applied magnetic field of 1 Tesla was applied to it. What is the opposite of susceptance? The opposite of susceptance is reactance.

What is susceptance unit? The susceptance unit is the unit of measurement for the property of a material that determines its ability to store or release energy in an electric or magnetic field. The property is also known as magnetic susceptibility. The unit of susceptance is the henry (H).

#### How do you convert reactance to susceptance?

Reactance and susceptance are two types of impedance, which is a measure of how much a material opposes the flow of electric current. Reactance is the opposition to current caused by inductance or capacitance, while susceptance is the opposition to current caused by magnetic properties.

To convert reactance to susceptance, you need to know the values of inductance and capacitance. These values can be found in the data sheets for the inductors and capacitors used in the circuit. Once you have these values, you can use the following equation:

susceptance (S) = 1 / (2 * pi * frequency * reactance)

where frequency is the frequency of the alternating current in hertz. What is the symbol for susceptance? The symbol for susceptance is typically denoted as "B". susceptance is a measure of a material's ability to store energy in an electromagnetic field. It is the reciprocal of reactance and is measured in siemens (S).

What is called reactance? Reactance is an electrical characteristic that describes the opposition of a circuit element to the flow of alternating current (AC). The reactance of a circuit element is caused by the inductance or capacitance of the element. Inductive reactance opposes the flow of current in a circuit that contains an inductor, while capacitive reactance opposes the flow of current in a circuit that contains a capacitor. The reactance of a circuit element can be represented by a reactance curve.