# What is the Ampere?

Ampere is the unit of electric current.

## Related questions

Description : Briefly define each of the following: (a) 1 coulomb (b) 1 volt (c) 1 ampere (d) 1 ohm.

Description : When a voltage of one volt is applied, a circuit allows one micro ampere current to flow through it. The conductance of the circuit is?

Answer : If v = 1 volt and i = 1 micro amp, i= 10^(-6)   So R = V/I,  R= 1/10^(-6) , R= 10^6  And now Conductance G = 1/R  So G = 10^(-6) mho..... Answer

Description : if voltage is 230 Volts , frequency is 50 Hz and current is 1 ampere then what will be the resistance?

Answer : As V = 230v and I = 1A Therfore by ohm's law V =IR R = V/I =230/1 =230 ohm

Description : If resistance is 8 Ohm and current is 16 ampere then what will be the voltage and power?

Answer : 128 volts ,2048 watts

Answer : Current is denoted By I And ampere is the unit of current

Description : Define: i) Ampere ii) Volt

Answer : i) Ampere: One ampere current is said to be flowing through a conductor /wire if at any section of it, one coulomb of charge passess in one second. It is the unit of current.  ii) ... work is required to transfer a charge of one coulomb to the body. It is the unit of potential difference.

Description : The average power delivered to an impedance 4 − j 3 Ω by a current 5Cos(100πt + 100) Ampere is A) 44.2 W B) 50 W C) 62.5 W D) 125 W

Answer : The average power delivered to an impedance 4 − j 3 Ω by a current 5Cos(100πt + 100) Ampere is 50 W

Description : If 1 ampere current is flowing through a 100 mH coil, then energy stored in the coil is (a) 0.05 Joules (b) 0.5 Joules (c) 5.0 Joules (d) None of these

Description : The amount of substance liberated at the electrode when current of one Ampere is passed though the electrolyte for one second is

Answer : The amount of substance liberated at the electrode when current of one Ampere is passed though the electrolyte for one second is Electrochemical equivalent

Description : If the capacity of a battery is 2800 mAh, it can supply 1.4 Ampere current for

Answer : If the capacity of a battery is 2800 mAh, it can supply 1.4 Ampere current for 120 minutes

Description : 1 Ampere of current is defined as • 1 volt/sec • 1 coulomb/sec • 1 ohm/second • 1 coulomb

Answer : 1 Ampere of current is defined as 1 coulomb/sec

Description : Unit of Power is_____________. A. Watt B. Joule C. Ampere D. Coulomb

Answer : Unit of Power is Watt.

Answer : Ampere second could be the unit of charge.

Description : What will be the value of the current (in Ampere) in a 40 cm long solenoid in a free space, if it has 400 turns, 2 cm of diameter and produces a magnetic field of 4mT at its center

Description : If an incandescent lamp of 80 ohms resistance takes a current of 0.75 ampere, what voltage is required to light it? A.45 volts B.60 volts c.23 volts D.None of these

Answer : V=IR    = 80*0.75     = 60 volts

Answer : Difference between watt and volt and ampere is as follows: Watt Volt Ampere Watt is the unit of power. Volt is the unit of voltage. Ampere is the unit of current. Watts= Volts x Amperes Volts= Watts/ ...

Description : Ten Coulombs of charge flowing through a wire per second is equal to: w) 100 Amperes x) 10 Ampere y) 1 Amperes z) 0.1 Amperes

Description : A 20 ohm resistor and a 60 ohm resistor are connected in parallel to a voltage source. If the current in the 60 ohm resistor is one ampere, the current in the 20 ohm resistor will be: w) 1/3 ampere x) 2/3 ampere y) 1 ampere z) 3 amperes

Description : One mole of electrons is known as: w) a Faraday x) a Henry y) a Coulomb z) an Ampere

Description : Unit of resistance is : (1) volt2× ampere (2) volt/ampere (3) ampere/volt (4) volt × ampere

Description : The S.I. unit of electric charge is : (1) ampere (2) coulomb (3) e.s.u (4) kelvin

Description : The unit of electrical power is (1) Bolt (2) Watt (3) Kilowatt hour (4) Ampere

Description : Ampere Turns (AT)

Description : Ampere-turns Calculations

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Description :  Full load current of an Induction motor is 20 Ampere. The no-load current may be expected to be: A) 25 Ampere to 28 Ampere B) 15 Ampere to 18 Ampere C) 11 Ampere to 14 Ampere D) 6 Ampere to 10 Ampere