Electronics - Voltage and Current - Discussion


One coulomb of charge passing a point in one second is one ampere of current.

[A]. True
[B]. False

Answer: Option A


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Nithya.S said: (Jun 2, 2011)  
Because, current=charge/time.

Manu said: (Feb 19, 2015)  

Current = Coulomb/Time.

Nagapllaiah said: (Jul 8, 2016)  
Current = Coulomb/Time.

Gajendra said: (Dec 1, 2019)  
In terms of SI base units, the coulomb is the equivalent of one ampere-second. Conversely, an electric current of A represents 1 C of unit electric charge carriers flowing past a specific point in 1 s.

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