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What does rate mean in ampere definition

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Mahdiem

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Good morning
I have just started learning electronis and already confused with some terms.

When you say amperage is the rate of current passing through a given point does it mean the amount of electrons (quantity) passing through or the speed at which electrons passibg through?

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ampere is the amount current (that means the flow of electrons ) passing in a unit area . One ampere current ,which causes 1 columb of charge (equal to 6.25*10^18 ) to pass a given point in one second.



Practically , The current is highly going when the positive and Negative wire are shorted .
There is no current when the (+ve & -Ve wire )wire is not connected through directoly or by using a device .
 
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