ampere

Amplitude vs Ampere - What's the difference?

amplitude | ampere |


As a noun amplitude

is amplitude (mathematics, physics).

As a proper noun ampere is

, known for:.

Ampere vs Newton - What's the difference?

ampere | newton |

ampere measures electric current and newton measures force


As proper nouns the difference between ampere and newton

is that ampere is , known for: while newton is the name of many english places.

Ampere vs Voltage - What's the difference?

ampere | voltage |


As a proper noun ampere

is , known for:.

As a noun voltage is

(physics) the difference in electrostatic potential between two points in space.

Ampere vs Watt - What's the difference?

ampere | watt |

ampere measures electric current and watt measures power


As proper nouns the difference between ampere and watt

is that ampere is , known for: while watt is an english and scottish surname derived from the given name wat.

Volts vs Ampere - What's the difference?

volts | ampere |


As a noun volts

is .

As a proper noun ampere is

, known for:.

Ampere vs Ampery - What's the difference?

ampere | ampery |


As a proper noun ampere

is , known for:.

As an adjective ampery is

covered with pimples.

Ampere vs Amper - What's the difference?

ampere | amper |


As a proper noun ampere

is , known for:.

As a noun amper is

ampere (unit of electrical current).

Taxonomy vs Ampere - What's the difference?

taxonomy | ampere |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a proper noun ampere is

, known for:.

Ampere vs Megampere - What's the difference?

ampere | megampere |


As a proper noun ampere

is , known for:.

As a noun megampere is

a unit of electrical current, equal to a million amperes.

Ampere vs Oersted - What's the difference?

ampere | oersted |

ampere measures electric current and oersted measures magnetic field strength


As a proper noun ampere

is , known for:.

As a noun oersted is

the cgs unit of magnetizing field (symbol oe), defined as 1000/4π (≈795774715) amperes per meter of flux path.

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