1 ampere is equal to how much charge?

Ampere is a unit of measuring current and it is defined as rate of flow of charge in coulombs per second. Coulomb is a unit of measuring charge and it is derived from the magnitude of repulsive force. If 1 Ampere current flows for 1 second, it carries a charge of 1 coulomb, which is equivalent to transporting 6.2*10^18 electrons.

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