Q: How many microamps are in one amp?

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1 Million.

Multiply by 1,000,000

Mine and many that I've seen are 100 amp . I've seen one or two that are 60 amp, but they were pre -'75.

Each circuit wired with 12 gauage wire requires one 20 amp breaker.

No more than 13 maximum on a 20 amp circuit.

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1 Million.

An amp is a mesurement of electrical CURRENT. There are milliamps,microamps,etc. Actually amp is short for ampere. An amp amp may be referring to the current draw of an amplifier also called an amp. A electronics dictionary does not have the term amp amp. It may be an invented term simply made up to impress the consumer or reader.

None. Amps and Ohms measure different things.

one per second per amp.

1000,000,000 nano-amps = 1 amp

Multiply by 1,000,000

This seems more like a biochemistry question but, AMP stands for Adenosine monophosphate. So, there is one phosphate in AMP.

Amp is a mono-phosphate so it would only have one

AMP is adenosine monophosphate, so there is one phosphate group in the compound.

It's called, `current`. It's rated in amps, milliamps, microamps, etc., representing a fraction of an amp. The simple explanation is that the voltage is the `carrier`, and the current is the `power` which actually provides the energy to do the work.

1000 microamps = 1 milliamp

A mono amp, is half of a stereo amp. It has one input and one output.