›› Convert volt/ohm to ampere


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How many volt/ohm in 1 amp? The answer is 1.
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The SI base unit for electric current is the ampere.
1 ampere is equal to 1 volt/ohm, or 1 amp.
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›› Quick conversion chart of volt/ohm to amp

1 volt/ohm to amp = 1 amp

5 volt/ohm to amp = 5 amp

10 volt/ohm to amp = 10 amp

20 volt/ohm to amp = 20 amp

30 volt/ohm to amp = 30 amp

40 volt/ohm to amp = 40 amp

50 volt/ohm to amp = 50 amp

75 volt/ohm to amp = 75 amp

100 volt/ohm to amp = 100 amp

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›› Definition: Amp

In physics, the ampere (symbol: A, often informally abbreviated to amp) is the SI base unit used to measure electrical currents. The present definition, adopted by the 9th CGPM in 1948 is: "one ampere is that constant current which, if maintained in two straight parallel conductors of infinite length, of negligible circular cross-section, and placed one metre apart in vacuum, would produce between these conductors a force equal to 2 10-7 newton per metre of length".

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