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Justinmcg67

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^{18}electrons. I know that 1Ω is 1 Amp across 1 Volt. However what I am trying to make sense of is how many less electrons are flowing through more than one ohm? I am not the best when it comes to explanation so I will try to add some clarity...

1 Amp = 1 Coulomb per Second

1 Coulomb = 6.241×10

^{18}electrons

1Ω = 1 Amp across 1 Volt

I am going to say therefore that 1Ω is still passing 6.241×10

^{18}electrons...?

How would I set up an equation to determine how many

**less**electrons are flowing as the value in Ohms increases? This question is for nothing more than curiosity and any help would be greatly appreciated.