# Extremely High Voltage, Extremely Low Amperage, 1 watt?

Hi:
How many volts of electricity are required to gain 1 watt of power, if the current is only 1 electron per second?
Yup, 1 electron per second is an extremely weak amperage.
Thanks,
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One mole of electrons is 96,485 coulombs. Work it out, dipshit. One eV is 1.602177x10^(-19) joules. Work it out, dipshit.
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Fuck Off and Die, this is the river of shit, remember?
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Eric Gisse wrote:

It has a crippled approach to significant figures and physicality, too. 10^27 volts requires a special plug.
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Oh, yeah, quite special:-)
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snipped-for-privacy@cars3.uchicago.edu wrote:

All known materials break down at a few GV/meter (or less), so this "plug" must be far larger than the solar system....
Tom Roberts
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So, it'll probably gravitationally collapse into a black hole. Won't be easy to plug it into anything... oh, wait, the socket will be another black hole. This may work:-)
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Dear mmeron:
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In a vacuum, corona formation potential is only 275 volts. A black hole so charged would manifest preferential Hawking radiation that would bleed the charge down to something less spectacular in a few (million?) years.
You can increase the breakdown voltage in a gas by increasing the pressure, but with enough pressure, you no longer have a gas...
David A. Smith
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You have to hang out at the bar at the end of the universe to get it.
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On Tue, 8 May 2007 18:58:28 +0800, "Rheilly Phoull"

You're really full of it. :-]
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"goun"?? "resistanse"?? Neither are words, dipshit.
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On May 10, 5:31 pm, The Great Attractor

Learn how wittun speakts, nitwit. goun is the dative infinitiv or oblique prospective tense. resistanse is the proper Latin spelling of the property, where se is the letter|staffr seo|shoe. Nuke English- speakkr-illiterati like you tom hell.
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Why do you insist that this literal abortion is English? Its totally discombobulate and predistgraphiates any melingtonological discustretions.....
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