You see, me gone, there’s nothing to ‘amper ‘er—nothing to interfere with ‘er settling down as a quiet, respectable toff.
The Observations of Henry Jerome K. Jerome
“I’m afraid we can’t get that little picnic ‘amper of yours upstairs to-night, miss,” he remarked.
Adventures of Bindle Herbert George Jenkins
the basic unit of electrical current in the (SI), equivalent to one coulomb per second, formally defined to be the constant current which if maintained in two straight parallel conductors of infinite length, of negligible circular cross section, and placed one meter apart in vacuum, would produce between these conductors a force equal to 2 […]
- Ampere’s law
the law that a magnetic field induced by an electric current is, at any point, directly proportional to the product of the current intensity and the length of the current conductor, inversely proportional to the square of the distance between the point and the conductor, and perpendicular to the plane joining the point and the […]
one complete convolution of a conducting coil, through which one ampere of current passes. the magnetomotive force produced by one ampere passing through one complete turn or convolution of a coil. Abbreviation: At. noun a unit of magnetomotive force; the magnetomotive force produced by a current of 1 ampere passing through one complete turn of […]
pertaining to or involving the measurement of an electric current.