Ampere

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Ampere
Tan-ūi chu-sìn
Tan-ūi hē-thóng SI ki-pún tan-ūi
Bu̍t-lí-liōng Tiān-liû
Hû-hō A 
Hō-miâ André-Marie Ampère

Ampere (hû-hō: A)[1]Kok-chè Tan-ūi Hē-thóng (SI) lāi tiān-liû ê ki-pún tan-ūi.[2][3] Chit-ê tan-ūi ê hō-miâ sī beh kì-liām Hoat-kok bu̍t-lí-ha̍k-chiá André-Marie Ampère (1775–1836) tī kó͘-tián tiān-chû-ha̍k léng-he̍k ê sêng-chiū.

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  1. "2. SI base units", SI brochure (8th pán.), BIPM, 19 November 2011 khòaⁿ--ê 
  2. "2.1. Unit of electric current (ampere)", SI brochure (8th pán.), BIPM, 19 November 2011 khòaⁿ--ê 
  3. Base unit definitions: Ampere. Physics.nist.gov. Retrieved on 2010-09-28.

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