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Convert Amperes to:

• Amperes to Abamperes
• One abcoulomb per second. Abamperes is the base unit of charge in the centimeter-gram-second system of measure. It is equal to ten amperes. 1 aA = 10 A.
• Amperes to Biots
• One abcoulomb per second. A Biot is equal to an abampere, the base unit of charge in the centimeter-gram-second system of measure, named after Jean-Baptiste Biot. It is equal to ten amperes. 1 biot = 10 A.
• Amperes to Centiamperes
• One hundredth of an ampere. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Centiampere = 10-2 amperes. 1 cA = 0.01 A.
• Amperes to Coulombs (International) per Second
• An ampere is equal to a coulomb per second. This uncommon measure using the International Coulomb. 1 C (Int.)/s ? .999 835 027 A.
• Amperes to Coulombs per Second
• A coulomb per second is the definition of amperes. Ampere is the SI base unit of electric current. 1 C/s = 1 A.
• Amperes to Decaamperes
• Ten amperes. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Decaampere = 101 amperes. 1 daA = 10 A.
• Amperes to Deciamperes
• One tenth of an ampere. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Deciampere = 10-1 amperes. 1 dA = 0.1 A.
• Amperes to Electromagnetic Units of Current
• From centimeter-gram-second system. Equivalent to approximately 3.3356 x 10-10 amperes.
• Amperes to Electrostatic Units of Current
• From centimeter-gram-second system. Equivalent to 10 amperes.
• Amperes to Exaamperes
• One quintillion amperes. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Exaampere = 1018 amperes. 1 EA = 1 000 000 000 000 000 000 A.
• Amperes to Faradays (chem) per Second
• Approximately 1 mole of electrons. 1 Faraday (chem) / second ? 96 489.983 85 Coulombs / second = 96 489.983 85 amperes.
• Amperes to Femtoamperes
• One quadrillionth of an ampere. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Femtoampere = 10-15 amperes. 1 pA = 0.000 000 000 000 001 A.
• Amperes to Franklins per Second
• Approximately 3.3356 x 10-10 amperes.
• Amperes to Gaussian Electric Current
• Approximately 3.3356 x 10-10 amperes.
• Amperes to Gigaamperes
• One billion amperes. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Gigaampere = 109 amperes. 1 GA = 1 000 000 000 A.
• Amperes to Gilberts
• (1/4?) * Biot-turn. From the centimeter-gram-second system. Approximately 0.79577 amperes.
• Amperes to Kiloamperes
• One thousand amperes. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Kiloampere = 103 amperes. 1 kA = 1 000 A.
• Amperes to Megaamperes
• One milliom amperes. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Megaampere = 106 amperes. 1 MA = 1 000 000 A.
• Amperes to Microamperes
• One millionth of an ampere. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Microampere = 10-6 amperes. 1 µA = 0.000 001 A.
• Amperes to Milliamperes
• One thousandth of an ampere. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Milliampere = 10-3 amperes. 1 mA = 0.001 A.
• Amperes to Nanoamperes
• One billionth of an ampere. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Nanoampere = 10-9 amperes. 1 nA = 0.000 000 001 A.
• Amperes to Picoamperes
• One trillionth of an ampere. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Picoampere = 10-12 amperes. 1 pA = 0.000 000 000 001 A.
• Amperes to Pitaamperes
• One quadrillion amperes. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Pitaampere = 1015 amperes. 1 PA = 1 000 000 000 000 000 A.
• Amperes to Statamperes
• Electrostatic unit of current. One statvolt passing through a resistance of one statohm. 1 Statampere is approximately 3.3356 x 10-10 amperes. 1 statA ? 0.000 000 000 333 56 A.
• Amperes to Teraamperes
• One trillion amperes. An ampere being the SI base unit of electric current. 1 Teraampere = 1012 amperes. 1 TA = 1 000 000 000 000 A.