So, we’re playing around with a little app for smartphones. Trivial, not even a joke but a jokule, perhaps a jokette.
And electric current is electrons moving along, right?
So, how many electrons makes how much current?
As all know, my relationship with engineering is akin to that of Polly’s with logic. But there’s two (?) ways of measuring current, volt and amp. Being, as I understand it, the rate and volume (err, perhaps pressure?)? Umm, roughly?
If that be true then again as I understand it, then 1 volt at 1 amp is going to be half as many electrons as 2 volts at one amp, or one volt at two amps.
Are people laughing at me already?
But if that is so then, say, how many electrons is one volt at one amp for one second? And is it then just simple multiplication after that? 10 volts at 10 amps is 100 times as many electrons?
It’s the actual number of electrons on the move that I want to find out.