Ampere, Physics

Ampere; A (after A.M. Ampere, 1775-1836)

The basic SI unit of electric current, described as the current that, while going through two infinitely-long parallel conductors of negligible cross-section & placed 1 m apart within vacuum, results into a force among the two conductors of 2 x 10-7 N/m.

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