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Elementary charge, Electric charge

Elementary charge, symbol e, is the electric charge carried by a single proton, or equivalently, the negation (opposite) of the electric charge carried by a single electron and is a fundamental physical constant. To avoid confusion over its sign, e is sometimes called the elementary positive charge. This charge has a measured value of approximately 1.602176565(35)×10−19 coulombs. In the cgs system, e is 4.80320425(10)×10−10 statcoulombs.Read more

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Exacoulomb EC 1.6022×10-37
Petacoulomb PC 1.6022×10-34
Teracoulomb TC 1.6022×10-31
Gigacoulomb GC 1.6022×10-28
Megacoulomb MC 1.6022×10-25
Kilocoulomb kC 1.6022×10-22
Hectocoulomb hC 1.6022×10-21
Decacoulomb daC 1.6022×10-20
Coulomb aC 1.6022×10-19
Decicoulomb dC 1.6022×10-18
Centicoulomb cC 1.6022×10-17
Minicoulomb mC 1.6022×10-16
Microcoulomb µC 1.6022×10-13
Nanocoulomb nC 1.6022×10-10
Picocoulomb pC 1.6022×10-7
Femtocoulomb fC 0.0002
Attocoulomb aC 0.1602


Faraday F 1.6605×10-24
Ampere-hour A·h 4.4505×10-23
Ampere-minute A·min 2.6703×10-21
Abcoulomb abC 1.6022×10-20
Milliampere-hour mA·h 4.4505×10-20
Ampere-second A·sec 1.6022×10-19
Milliampere-minute mA·min 2.6703×10-18
Milliampere-second mA·sec 1.6022×10-16
Statcoulomb statC 4.8032×10-10

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