1000,000,000 nano-amps = 1 amp
Milli means 1/1000, and amp is short for ampere, so that is 0.001 ampere.
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56watt =56000mw1000milliamp=1ampwatt = amp x volt=watt/volt = ampif the battery is rated 11.1vso, 56000mw/11.1v=5 045.04505mah
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There are 1,000,000 micro amps in one amp.
1000 milliamps make up one amp.
one per second per amp.
Microscopic current are measured in microamps1(0-6) , nanoamps(10-9 ) and picoamps(10-12)
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.
A mono amp, is half of a stereo amp. It has one input and one output.
"One amp" means one coulomb of electrons flowing past you every second.1 coulomb = 6,241,510,000,000,000,000 electrons (6.24151 x 1018)
There are 1000 milliamps (milli means one-one thousandth) in one amp.
10 for a 15 amp circuit
It is one amp current used over one hour. A ten amp hour battery can supply 1/2 an amp for 20 hours, 1 amp for 10 hours, etc.