# Complete Electricity Current Unit Converter

## Electricity Current Units

An electrical current is a stream of charged particles, such as ions or electrons, moving through an electrical conductor or area. It is measured as the net rate of flow of electric charge past a region. The moving particles are called charge providers, which may be among several types of particles, depending upon the conductor. In electric circuits the charge providers are often electrons moving through a wire. In semiconductors they can be electrons or holes. In an electrolyte the charge providers are ions, while in plasma, an ionized gas, electrical current is formed by both ions and electrons.

The SI unit of electric existing is the ampere, or amp, which is the flow of electric charge throughout a surface area at the rate of one coulomb per second. The ampere (symbol: A) is an SI base unit. Electric current is determined using a device called an ammeter.

Electric currents develop electromagnetic fields, which are used in motors, transformers, inductors, and generators. In ordinary conductors, they cause Joule heating, which develops light in incandescent light bulbs. Time-varying currents give off electromagnetic waves, which are utilized in telecoms to relay info.

The standard sign for existing is I, which stems from the French phrase intensité du courant, (current intensity). Current intensity is typically referred to simply as current. The I sign was used by André-Marie Ampère, after whom the unit of electric current is named, in formulating Ampère's force law (1820 ). The notation took a trip from France to Great Britain, where it ended up being basic, although at least one journal did not alter from using C to I till 1896.

In a conductive product, the moving charged particles that constitute the electrical current are called charge carriers. In metals, which make up the wires and other conductors in many electrical circuits, the positively charged atomic nuclei of the atoms are held in a set position, and the adversely charged electrons are the charge providers, free to move about in the metal. A circulation of favorable charges provides the very same electrical current, and has the exact same effect in a circuit, as an equal flow of unfavorable charges in the opposite instructions. Given that current can be the circulation of either negative or positive charges, or both, a convention is needed for the instructions of current that is independent of the type of charge carriers.

A flow of positive charges provides the same electric existing, and has the exact same effect in a circuit, as an equivalent circulation of unfavorable charges in the opposite direction. Since current can be the circulation of either negative or favorable charges, or both, a convention is needed for the instructions of current that is independent of the type of charge providers.

Added and Modified from: "Electric Current" Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 21 November 2020. Web. 28 November 2020, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_current

### Popular Electricity Current Units

#### Ampere [A]

1 ampere equals to **2,997,900,000 CGS unit for e.s.**

1 ampere equals to **2,997,900,000 ESU for Current**

1 ampere equals to **2,997,900,000 statampere**

1 ampere equals to **1,000 milliampere**

1 ampere equals to **0.1 biot**

1 ampere equals to **0.1 abampere**

1 ampere equals to **0.1 EMU for Current**

1 ampere equals to **0.001 kiloampere**

#### Milliampere [mA]

1 milliampere equals to **2,997,900 CGS unit for e.s.**

1 milliampere equals to **2,997,900 ESU for Current**

1 milliampere equals to **2,997,900 statampere**

1 milliampere equals to **0.001 ampere**

1 milliampere equals to **0.0001 biot**

1 milliampere equals to **0.0001 abampere**

1 milliampere equals to **0.0001 EMU for Current**

1 milliampere equals to **0.000001 kiloampere**

#### Kiloampere [kA]

1 kiloampere equals to **2,997,900,000,000 CGS unit for e.s.**

1 kiloampere equals to **2,997,900,000,000 ESU for Current**

1 kiloampere equals to **2,997,900,000,000 statampere**

1 kiloampere equals to **1,000,000 milliampere**

1 kiloampere equals to **1,000 ampere**

1 kiloampere equals to **100 biot**

1 kiloampere equals to **100 abampere**

1 kiloampere equals to **100 EMU for Current**

#### Cgs Unit For E.s. [cgs-esu]

1 CGS unit for e.s. equals to **1 ESU for Current**

1 CGS unit for e.s. equals to **1 statampere**

1 CGS unit for e.s. equals to **3.3356e-7 milliampere**

1 CGS unit for e.s. equals to **3.3356e-10 ampere**

1 CGS unit for e.s. equals to **3.3356e-11 biot**

1 CGS unit for e.s. equals to **3.3356e-11 abampere**

1 CGS unit for e.s. equals to **3.3356e-11 EMU for Current**

1 CGS unit for e.s. equals to **3.3356e-13 kiloampere**

#### Esu For Current [esu]

1 ESU for Current equals to **1 CGS unit for e.s.**

1 ESU for Current equals to **1 statampere**

1 ESU for Current equals to **3.3356e-7 milliampere**

1 ESU for Current equals to **3.3356e-10 ampere**

1 ESU for Current equals to **3.3356e-11 biot**

1 ESU for Current equals to **3.3356e-11 abampere**

1 ESU for Current equals to **3.3356e-11 EMU for Current**

1 ESU for Current equals to **3.3356e-13 kiloampere**

#### Statampere [statA]

1 statampere equals to **1 CGS unit for e.s.**

1 statampere equals to **1 ESU for Current**

1 statampere equals to **3.3356e-7 milliampere**

1 statampere equals to **3.3356e-10 ampere**

1 statampere equals to **3.3356e-11 biot**

1 statampere equals to **3.3356e-11 abampere**

1 statampere equals to **3.3356e-11 EMU for Current**

1 statampere equals to **3.3356e-13 kiloampere**

#### Biot [Bi]

1 biot equals to **29,979,000,000 CGS unit for e.s.**

1 biot equals to **29,979,000,000 ESU for Current**

1 biot equals to **29,979,000,000 statampere**

1 biot equals to **10,000 milliampere**

1 biot equals to **10 ampere**

1 biot equals to **1 abampere**

1 biot equals to **1 EMU for Current**

1 biot equals to **0.01 kiloampere**

#### Abampere [abA]

1 abampere equals to **29,979,000,000 CGS unit for e.s.**

1 abampere equals to **29,979,000,000 ESU for Current**

1 abampere equals to **29,979,000,000 statampere**

1 abampere equals to **10,000 milliampere**

1 abampere equals to **10 ampere**

1 abampere equals to **1 biot**

1 abampere equals to **1 EMU for Current**

1 abampere equals to **0.01 kiloampere**

#### Emu For Current [emu]

1 EMU for Current equals to **29,979,000,000 CGS unit for e.s.**

1 EMU for Current equals to **29,979,000,000 ESU for Current**

1 EMU for Current equals to **29,979,000,000 statampere**

1 EMU for Current equals to **10,000 milliampere**

1 EMU for Current equals to **10 ampere**

1 EMU for Current equals to **1 biot**

1 EMU for Current equals to **1 abampere**

1 EMU for Current equals to **0.01 kiloampere**