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I recently took a new position teaching a technical course on heavy duty vehicle electrical systems. The course was developed in the 60's and not many of the course materials have been updated since, including the a reference to 92 elements. One of the points that is made in the course is that '1 amp is equal to 6.28 Billion Billion electrons per second.' Is that number still valid? I saw refences to speed in the question archives, but nothing related to amperage. Thanks for your help.
Re: Is it 1 amp = 6.28 Billion Billion electrons per second?
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