Electron Charge to Coulombs (C) Converter

Electron charge is equivalent to the magnitude of the elementary charge but bearing a negative sign. The symbol of electron charge is 'e'. The unit symbol of Coulomb is 'C'. This SI unit is named after Charles-Augustin de Coulomb. It is the International System of unit of electric charge. It is the charge transported by a constant current of one ampere in one second. This is an online Electron Charge to Coulombs (C) Converter to convert 'e' to 'C'.

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Electron charge is equivalent to the magnitude of the elementary charge but bearing a negative sign. The symbol of electron charge is 'e'. The unit symbol of Coulomb is 'C'. This SI unit is named after Charles-Augustin de Coulomb. It is the International System of unit of electric charge. It is the charge transported by a constant current of one ampere in one second. This is an online Electron Charge to Coulombs (C) Converter to convert 'e' to 'C'.

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Formula:

Q(c) = Q(e) x q Where, Q(c) = Electron Charge in Coulomb Q(e) = Electron Charge q = Electronic Charge

Example:

The rate of flow of electric charge is 150 e with an electronic charge of 1.60217646e^-19 C

Solution:

Q(c) = Q(e) x q
= 150 x 1.60217646e^-19
= 2.40326469e^-17 C


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