Electrical Current Intensity
Electric current is defined as the flow of electric charge through a conductor and in particular in electric circuits this charge is often obtain by electrons moving through a wire, while in electrolytes the movement is done by ions, or in other cases (such as in a plasma) by both ions and electrons.
In the International System of Units the intensity of electric current is measured in ampere (A).
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