The SI unit of current is:

The SI unit of electric current is Ampere. It is denoted as A.

One ampere is defined as the rate of flow of electrons or current in an electrical conductor. One ampere also represents one coulomb of electric charge moving through a specific point in one second.

The unit is named after a French physicist, Andre Marie Ampere.

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