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How much electrical current does the brain use?

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Do brain cells use electricity?

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What is used to measure electric current?

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How much electricity can the brain produce?

About 10-12 watts, so not much. But to use that power would leave next to none to run your body, lol. So in my opinion, unless there is a way to slowly exercise the brain, to

How much is a fatal electrical current?

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What is used as an abbreviation for electrical current?

Electrical current is measured in Amperes which is abbreviated to  amps.    When dealing with formulae the letter I is used to represent  current, for example:  

How do you use current electricity in a sentence?

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