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The ampere or amp (symbol A) is the base unit of electric current in the International System of Units.
Ampere or Ampère may also refer to:
- André-Marie Ampère (1775–1836), physicist, mathematician and namesake of the ampere unit
- Jean-Jacques Ampère (1800–64), French philologist
- Ampére, a town in Paraná state, Brasil
- Aïn Azel, a commune in Algeria, former name Ampère
- Collège-lycée Ampère, a school located in Lyon, France
- Place Ampère, a square in Lyon, France
- Ampère (car), a French automobile, built 1906–9
- Ampere station, a former rail station in East Orange, New Jersey, US
- USS Ampere, a patrol craft of the US Navy
- Ampère Prize, a French scientific prize awarded annually in honor of André-Marie Ampère
- Ampere (band), an American punk band known for short and extremely loud performances
- Opel Ampera, a plug-in hybrid automobile produced by General Motors
- Ampere balance, an electromechanical apparatus for precise measurement of the ampere
- Ampère's circuital law, a rule relating the current in a conductor to the magnetic field around it
- Ampère's force law, the force of attraction or repulsion between two current-carrying wires
- Monge–Ampère equation, a type of nonlinear second order partial differential equation
- Amp (disambiguation)
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