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The number of electrons that move through a conductor at one time is called?

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February 10, 2011 7:53PM

That description doesn't fit any electrical term, probably because it's not useful.

The number of electrons passing a single point in the conductor in one second

is proportional to the electrical current, and is described in units of amperes.