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1 Amperes

= 1 Volts Per Ohm

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An electric current is a flow of electric charge. The equation of current is: **I = **^{▵Q}/_{▵t} where I is the current flowing, ▵Q is the change in electric charge, and ▵t is the change in time. The SI unit of electric current is the ampere (A). This is equal to one coulomb of charge in one second. Current can be found in wires, batteries, and lightning.

- EMU Of Current (EMU c)
- ESU Of Current (ESU c)
- Abamperes (abA)
- Amperes (A)
- Biots (Bi)
- Centiamperes (cA)
- Coulombs Per Second (C)
- Deciamperes (dA)
- Dekaamperes (daA)
- Electromagnetic Unit CGS (EMU)
- Electrostatic Unit CGS (ESU)
- Faradays Per Second (Far/s)
- Franklins Per Second (Fr/s)
- Gaussian Electric Current (gec)
- Gigaamperes (GA)
- Gilberts (Gb)
- Hectoamperes (hA)
- Kiloamperes (kA)
- Megaamperes (MA)
- Microamperes (μA)
- Milliamperes (mA)
- Nanoamperes (nA)
- Picoamperes (pA)
- Siemens Volts (sV)
- Statamperes (stA)
- Teraamperes (TA)
- Volts Per Ohm (V/Ω)
- Watts Per Volts (W/V)
- Webers Per Henry (w/h)

- Siemens Volts -> Coulombs Per Second
- Coulombs Per Second -> Siemens Volts
- Abamperes -> Milliamperes
- Milliamperes -> Abamperes
- Deciamperes -> Kiloamperes
- Kiloamperes -> Deciamperes
- Megaamperes -> Hectoamperes
- Hectoamperes -> Megaamperes
- Centiamperes -> Gigaamperes
- Gigaamperes -> Centiamperes
- ESU Of Current -> Microamperes
- Microamperes -> ESU Of Current
- Electrostatic Unit CGS -> Watts Per Volts
- Watts Per Volts -> Electrostatic Unit CGS
- Gilberts -> Teraamperes
- Teraamperes -> Gilberts
- Nanoamperes -> Webers Per Henry
- Webers Per Henry -> Nanoamperes
- Faradays Per Second -> Dekaamperes
- Dekaamperes -> Faradays Per Second