Electric Current Units Conversion

Electric current is the measure of the rate of electric charge that passes a given point in an electric circuit.

Electric current calculation formula: Electric Current = V (Potential difference) / R (Electric resistance)

SI unit of electric current is ampere (amp) which equals to 1 coulomb per second. Ampere is one of the seven base units of SI. Other common units are milliampere and kiloampere. The abbreviation is "A".

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