quantitykind:ElectricCurrentDensity

Type
Description

"Electric Current Density" is a measure of the density of flow of electric charge; it is the electric current per unit area of cross section. Electric current density is a vector-valued quantity. Electric current, $$I$$, through a surface $$S$$ is defined as $$I = \int_S J \cdot e_n dA$$, where $$e_ndA$$ is the vector surface element.

Properties
$$A/m^2$$
$$I/L^2$$
$$J = \rho v$$, where $$\rho$$ is electric current density and $$v$$ is volume.
Annotations
"Electric Current Density" is a measure of the density of flow of electric charge; it is the electric current per unit area of cross section. Electric current density is a vector-valued quantity. Electric current, $$I$$, through a surface $$S$$ is defined as $$I = \int_S J \cdot e_n dA$$, where $$e_ndA$$ is the vector surface element.
Electric Current Density(en)

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