current density


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current density

n. Electricity
Symbol j, J The current flowing in a conductor per unit of cross-sectional area perpendicular to the current flow, given in units of amps per meter squared.

current density

n
(General Physics) the ratio of the electric current flowing at a particular point in a conductor to the cross-sectional area of the conductor taken perpendicular to the current flow at that point. It is measured in amperes per square metre. Symbol: J

cur′rent den`sity


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the amount of current flowing through a given cross-sectional area in a given time interval: usu. measured in amperes per square centimeter.
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