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2015-09-27T08:31:15+05:30
ELECTRIC CURRENT EXPRESSED AS THE AMOUNT OF CHARGE FLOWING THROUGH A PARTICULAR AREA IN UNIT TIME.THE SI UNIT OF  ELECTRIC CURRENT  IS AMPERE[A]. 1A=1C /1S.
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2015-09-27T09:11:27+05:30
Electrical current is a measure of the amount of electrical charge transferred per unit time. It represents the flow of electrons through a conductive material.

Current is a scalar quantity (though in circuit analysis, the direction of current is relevant). The SI unit of electrical current is the ampere, defined as 1 coulomb/second.

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