SI unit of Electric Current
Small particles called electrons are found in a substance's molecular structure. These electrons can be held loosely or securely depending on the situation. Within the confines, electrons can move freely when the nucleus is only loosely holding them. When the negatively charged electrons move, a number of charges also move, and this causes the electrons to travel as part of an electric current. It is clear that the quantity of electrons that may move relies on how well a substance conducts electricity.
- Candela is the SI unit of luminous intensity.
- Its symbol is Cd.
- Kelvin is the SI unit of temperature.
- Its symbol is K.
- Mole is the SI unit of the Amount of substance.
- Its symbol is mol.
The SI unit of electric current is ________. (a) candela (b) kelvin (c) ampere (d) mole
Ampere is the electric current SI unit. The rate of flow of a charge per unit of time is called electric current