statampere

[ stat-am-peer, stat-am-peer ]
/ stætˈæm pɪər, ˌstæt æmˈpɪər /

noun Electricity.

the electrostatic unit of current, equivalent to 3.3356 × 10−10 ampere and equal to the current produced by an electromotive force of one statvolt acting through a resistance of one statohm.

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Origin of statampere

stat- (combining form representing electrostatic; see -stat) + ampere
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