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ampere The unit of measurement of electrical current produced in a circuit by 1 volt acting through a resistance of 1 Ohm.

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ampereThe 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 [..]

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ampereAmpere(s), the unit of electrical current. Current is defined as the amount of charge that flows past a give point, per unit of time. The symbol I is used for current in equations and A is the abbreviation for ampere.

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ampereThe unit of measure that tells how much electricity flows through a conductor. It is like using cubic feet per second to measure the flow of water. For example, a 1,200 watt, 120volt hair dryer pulls 10 amperes of electric current (watts divided by volts).

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ampere1881, "the current that one volt can send through one ohm," from French ampère, named for French physicist AndréMarie Ampère (17751836). Shortened form amp is attested from 1886.

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ampereThe unit of measurement of electrical current produced in a circuit by 1 volt acting through a resistance of 1 ohm. The measure of the rate of flow of electrons past a given point in an electr [..]

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ampereunit measuring electrical current, the amount of electrical charge moving through a conductor in one second. Abbreviated A or amp.

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amperen. The practical unit of electriccurrent strength.

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ampereA unit used to define the rate of flow of electricity (current) in an electrical circuit; units are one coulomb (6.25x1018 electrons) per second. Symbolized by A.

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ampereThe standard unit of electrical current.

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ampereThe ampere is the base SI unit of electrical current. The ampere is defined as the amount of electrical current required to maintain a force of 2 x 107 newtons per meter between two infinitely long p [..]

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amperethe unit used to measure the strength of an electric current; A 20amp circuit is overloaded when drawing more than 17amps,

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ampereThe Ampere is the unit of measurement used for electric current.

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ampereSee AMP.

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ampereThe flow rate of electricity. Also called amps. Abbreviated "A".

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ampereThe unit of current. One ampere is the current flowing through one ohm of resistance at one volt potential.

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ampereThe SI base unit of electric current. It is defined as that current in two very long parallel wires 1 metre apart that gives rise to a magnetic force per unit length of 2 x 107 N/m.

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ampereThe unit of electric current defined as that current which, if maintained in each of two long parallel wires separated by one meter in free space, would produce a magnetic force between the two wires [..]

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ampereS.I. Unit of electric current, one ampere is the flow of one coulomb of charge per second.

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ampereThe unit expressing the rate of flow of an electrical current.

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ampereUnit of electrical current intensity. One ampere of current is 6.24 x 1018 electrons passing a point in one second; often shortened to amp.

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ampere[person] French mathematician born in Poleymieux, Lyon (17751836). Ampere researched metaphysics, physics, and chemistry, but he focused on mathematics, which he taught at the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris. His key contributions to science include his work on partial differential equations, the discovery of fluorine, and studies on the wave theory [..]

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ampereThe standard unit of electrical current, or rate of electron flow. A closedloop electrical circuit with one volt of potential difference across one Ohm of resistance causes one ampere of current to f [..]

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ampereSI base unit of electric current.

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ampereThe rate of flow of charge in a conductor of one coulomb per second.

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ampereFull name of the unit Amp

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ampereUE, EL The ampere is the SI unit of electrical current. At a simple level it can be defined as the number of coulombs of electrical charge flowing per second. The full definition is beyond the scope o [..]

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ampereThe unit of electric current; one coulomb per second.

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ampereThe SI unit for electric current.

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ampere(n) a former unit of electric current (slightly smaller than the SI ampere)(n) the basic unit of electric current adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites

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ampere  The unit expressing the rate of flow of an electric current. One ampere is the current produced by a difference in potential of one volt across a resistance of one ohm; An electric current flowing at the rate of one coulomb per second.

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ampere The unit of measurement of electric current. It is proportional to the quantity of electrons flowing through a conductor past a given point in one second. It is analogous to cubic feet of water flow [..]

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amperethe SI unit of electric current. Its symbol is A, so a current of 5 amperes is written as 5 A. A typical domestic appliance such as a toaster will carry a current of several amperes.

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ampereThe Ampere is the unit of quantity of electric current.

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ampereThe unit of measurement of electric current. It is proportional to the quantity of flow of electrons through a conductor past a given point in one second. It is the unit current produced in a circuit [..]

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ampereThe unit of measure that indicates how much electricity flows through a conductor. It is like using cubic feet per second to measure the flow of water. For example, a 1,200watt, 120volt hair dryer p [..]

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ampereA type of electric current produced by one volt applied across a resistance of one ohm. It is also equal to the flow of one coulomb per second. Named after French physicist Andre M. Ampère 1836.

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ampereA measure of how much electricity is moving through a conductor.

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ampere The unit of measurement of electrical current produced in a circuit by 1 volt acting through a resistance of 1 ohm.

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ampereAn ampere  which can be shortened to amp  is a unit of electrical current.

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ampereA unit of measurement of electric current, equal to one coulomb (6.241 × 1018 electrons) per second. See “watt.”

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ampereThe standard unit used to measure the strength of an electrical current.

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ampereUnit of electric current that is equivalent to the steady current produced by one volt applied across a resistance of one ohm.

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ampereA unit of measure for the flow of current in a circuit. One ampere is the amount of current flow provided when one volt of electrical pressure is applied against one ohm of resistance. The ampere is u [..]

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ampereA unit of measurement for electrical current or rate of flow of electrons (coulombs per second). If a group of electrons whose total charge is 1 coulomb passes a point in a conductor in 1 second, the [..]

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ampereThe unit of measure that indicates how much electricity flows through a conductor. It is like using cubic feet per second to measure the flow of water. For example, a 1,200wat [..]

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ampereThe SI (International System of Units) unit of electric current.

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ampere a unit of electric current used to measure the rate of flow.

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ampereor amp; A unit that measures the strength/rate of flow of electrical current.

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ampereUnit of electrical current produced by one volt acting through one ohm, equal to one coulomb per second; amp.

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ampereA standard unit of current. One ampere of current is produced by one coulomb of charge passing a point in one second.

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ampereThe standard unit of electric current. The current produced by an electromotive force of one volt in a circuit having a resistance of one ohm equals to one ampere.

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ampereSI base unit of electric current.

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ampereThe unit of current flow equal to one coulomb per second.

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ampere(amp) electrical unit used to measure flow.

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ampereDefinition:The unit for the electric current.

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ampereelectric current produced by one volt applied across a resistance of one ohm. It is also equal to the flow of one coulomb per second. Named after French physicist Andre M. Ampère 1836.

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ampere The unit of measurement for current. One ampere is that current whereby one coulomb of charge passes through a point in one second. Named for André Ampere.

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ampereA unit of measure that indicates how much electricity, or electrical current, is flowing through your wires.

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ampereUnit of electrical current. Either how much electricity an appliance will use, or a circuit (fuse, mcb, cable, connectors etc) can handle. Fuses are always rated by current as are cables. Each applian [..]

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ampereUnit of electric current that is equivalent to the steady current produced by one volt applied across a resistance of one ohm.

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ampereA unit of electrical current flow.

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ampereThe rate of flow of electricity through electric wires.

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ampereThe rate of flow of electrical charge. Current = voltage / resistance.

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ampereA unit of measure describing the rate of current flow in an electrical conductor. One ampere is equal to a charge flow rate of one coulomb per second.

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ampereA type of electric current produced by one volt applied across a resistance of one ohm. It is also equal to the flow of one coulomb per second. Named after French physicist Andre M. Ampère 1836.

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ampereAmpere. The basic unit of electric current.

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ampereThe unit of measure that tells how much electricity flows through a conductor. For example, a 1,100 watt, 220volt hair dryer pulls 5 amperes of electric current (watts divided by volts)

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ampereA type of electric current produced by one volt applied across a resistance of one ohm. It is also equal to the flow of one coulomb per second. Named after French physicist Andre M. Ampère 1836.

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ampereThe ampere is a measure of the current, or the amount of electric charge passing a point per unit time.

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ampereA unit measuring the strength or force of electric current. It is proportional to the quantity of electrons flowing through a conductor, past a given point, in one second. This term is commonly used t [..]

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ampereunit of current flow.

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ampereThe standard unit of electrical current. Often referred to as an amp.

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ampereA unit of measure for an electrical current; the amount of current that flows in a circuit at an electromotive force of one Volt and at a resistance of one Ohm. Abbreviated as amp.

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ampere Unit that measures electrical current in a circuit.

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ampereA standard unit of measurement for electric current adopted in 1881. One ampere equals one coulomb of electric charge passing a given point in one second. Amperes are sometimes abbreviated as "amps" or simply "A" and are often represented in electrical formulae by the letter, "I", as in V = I x R (volts = amperes x ohm [..]

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amperea unit for the measurement of electric current. One ampere equal to one coulomb of charges passing in one second (1 ampere = 1 coulomb/sec). Named for AndréMarie Ampère. Abbreviated as A. Called am [..]

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ampereAmperes, or amps, are the unit of measurement for electrical current – the amount of electric charge passing a point in an electric circuit per unit time. 16A and 32A are two of the current ratings used in standardized industrial plugs. The type of supply needed will depend on the amount of kit plugged in and how much current each piece of equipm [..]

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ampereUnit of measure for the rate of flow of electrical energy. Amps are often referred to as current.

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ampereUnit of current that is equivalent to the flow of one coulomb per second or to the steady current produced by one volt applied across a resistance of one ohm. Symbol: A.

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ampereThe unit used to measure current strength. The current produced by an electromotive force of one volt acting through a resistance of one ohm.

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ampereThe unit for measuring rate of flow of electrical current: Current (Amps) = Power (Watts) / Voltage (Volts)

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ampereA unit of electrical current; the precise definition being "that current flowing in each of two long parallel conductors one meter apart, which results in a force of exacty 2 x 107 newton per meter of length of each conductor."

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ampere<unit> <physics> The standard unit for measuring the strength of an electric current representing the flow of one coulomb of electricity per second. 1 kiloampere = 1000 amperes, 1 megamper [..]

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ampere<person> <radiobiology> French physicist responsible for much of what is known about the fundamentals of electromagnetism. (13 Nov 1997)

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ampereThe base unit of electric current in the International System of Units; it is that constant current which, if maintained in two straight parallel conductors of infinite length, of negligible circular [..]

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ampereUnit of measure referring to the flow of electrons within a circuit. Both voltage (pressure) as well as amperage (flow) are required, or must be available to produce work (watts). In a circuit with a [..]

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ampereThe basic unit of electrical current. Applying one volt across a one ohm resistor will cause a current of one ampere to flow. The letter 'I' is used to denote current. Also known as "Am [..]

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ampereA measurement of electrical current.

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ampereUnit of electrical current.

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amperethe unit of measurement for electrical current in coulombs per second.

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ampereA unit that defines the rate of flow of electricity (current) in a circuit.

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ampereA unit of electrical current.

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ampereAn ampere (also known as an amp) is the unit of measure of the flow of electrons through a conductor. One amp is the amount of electron flow caused by a 1 volt force applied to a 1ohm resistance.

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ampereA measurement of electrical current.

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ampereThe SI unit of measure for electrical current. The unit of electrical current or rate of flow of electrons. 1 ampere = 1 coulomb of charge/second.

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ampereThe unit of current, abbreviated Amp.

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ampereThe basic unit of electrical current. Applying one volt across a one ohm resistor will cause a current of one ampere to flow. The letter 'I' is used to denote current.

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ampereThe unit used for measuring the quantity of an electrical current flow. One ampere represent a flow of one coulomb per second.

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ampere
The ampere, unit of electrical current

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amperethe unit for measuring electric current; also known as amp

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ampereAmpere is a screamo band based in Amherst, Massachusetts known for their short (10–15 minutes) but extremely loud and intense live shows. The band has put the importance of DIY punk ethics at the fo [..]

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ampereAmpere is a screamo band based in Amherst, Massachusetts known for their short (10–15 minutes) but extremely loud and intense live shows. The band has put the importance of DIY punk ethics at the fo [..]

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