Hello All! I am having a rather difficult time locating the answer that I am seeking. What I am trying to determine is a little more understanding about resistance. I know that 1 Amp is coulombs per second, and that is 6.241×1018 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 = 6.241×1018 electrons 1Ω = 1 Amp across 1 Volt I am going to say therefore that 1Ω is still passing 6.241×1018 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.