What Is The Difference Between Coulomb And Ampere?


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Oddman answered
A coulomb is equal to exactly 6.241 509 629 152 65×1018 elementary charges. An ampere is a coulomb per second. One is a measure of the amount of charge, the other is a measure of the rate at which charge moves.

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Ampere is the unit of current and the Coulomb is the unit of Charge. Ampere is the SI base unit of electric current and it was named after
Andr-Marie Ampre, the discoverer of electromagnetism. One ampere shows the rate of 1 coulomb of charge per second. This shows that both are the different units for different quantities.

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