A Number Of Charged Particles...

a: Coulomb ~
b: a dozen only many, many more

What: "A Coulomb is like a dozen only many, many more. You can refer to a coulomb of electrons in the same way as a dozen donuts. A Coulomb would then describe something about that dozen donuts, in this case, the amount of charge. Ampere is defined as a coulomb per second. However, in general we do not count electrons or measure seconds, simply use the Amp. The unit symbol for ampere is A and the formula symbol (letter used in equations) for current is I."

Writer: Not Stated
Date: Jul 24 2013 8:28 PM

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