Unit TA
Name teraampere
Category Electric Current
Details The teraampere (TA) is a unit of electric current in the International System of Units (SI). It is equivalent to one trillion (10^12) amperes. Amperes, or amps, measure the flow rate of electric charge and are used to quantify the amount of electrical current.

Teraampere (TA) is not commonly used in everyday applications, as it represents an extremely large flow of electric current. It is typically used to describe large-scale phenomena or electrical currents involved in highly specialized scientific research, such as plasma physics or the study of strong electromagnets.