Ampere (A)

Ampere (A),

Definition of Ampere (A):

  1. Metric (SI) unit of electric current. One ampere is the amount of current flowing with an electromotive force of one Volt in a circuit having a resistance of one Ohm. Named after the French mathematician and physicist Andre Marie Ampère (1775-1836) who discovered the basic laws of electromagnetism.

Meaning of Ampere (A) & Ampere (A) Definition