Ampere

Science / Chemistry / Ampere: (A) amp. The SI unit of electric current, equal to flow of 1 coulomb of charge per second. An ampere is the amount of current necessary to produce a force of 0.2 micronewtons per meter between two arbitrarily long, arbitrarily thin wires, placed parallel in a vacuum and exactly 1 m apart. Named for 19th century physicist Andr?© Marie Amp??re.

Amperes (A)

Technology / Home Audio / Amperes (A): Ampere is a unit measurement of current of electrical energy equal to one coulomb of charge per second. Most DC applications refer to positive current - current which flows from a positive potential t MORE

Ampere (Amp)

Technology / Computers / Ampere (Amp): Basic unit for measuing electrical current. MORE

Voltage

Science / Chemistry / Voltage: A measured electric potential, in volts. MORE

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