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- How much voltage/current is “dangerous”? 8 answers
We always say that a low current can kill. However my knowledge of current is the amount of Coulomb. When that is explained, there is no mention of voltage level...
However, shouldn't voltage be important too? Do we consider a voltage of 120V because this is the voltage in common wire?
Let's make an extreme supposition.
Would 1A with 1 pV still be dangerous?
If so why? Coulomb are like particle as far as I understand, so if they have no energy, why would they be so dangerous?