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How do I convert from number of elementary charges to coulomb?
in Grade 12 Physical Sciences by Diamond (50,988 points) | 29 views

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1C = 6.24150975*10^18e

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1e = 1.60217646*10^-19C
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So how do i convert? Do I multiply or divide?
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The formulas are derived nicely such that you just multiply depending on what you want.

for C you multiply by 6.24150975*10^18 and for e you multiply by 1.60217646*10^-19

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