Elementary charge Unit conversions, including e to C, e to kC, e to abC, e to stC, e to A·h etc.

» Elementary charge to Coulomb Converter

e to C

» Elementary charge to Megacoulomb Converter

e to MC

» Elementary charge to Kilocoulomb Converter

e to kC

» Elementary charge to Millicoulomb Converter

e to mC

» Elementary charge to Microcoulomb Converter

e to µC

» Elementary charge to Nanocoulomb Converter

e to nC

» Elementary charge to Picocoulomb Converter

e to pC

» Elementary charge to Abcoulomb Converter

e to abC

» Elementary charge to EMU of charge Converter

e to EMU of charge

» Elementary charge to Statcoulomb Converter

e to stC

» Elementary charge to ESU of charge Converter

e to ESU of charge

» Elementary charge to Franklin Converter

e to Fr

» Elementary charge to Ampere-hour Converter

e to A·h

» Elementary charge to Ampere-minute Converter

e to A·min

» Elementary charge to Ampere-second Converter

e to A·s

» Elementary charge to Faraday (based on carbon 12) Converter

e to faraday

The Elementary charge (symbol: e) is is the electric charge carried by a single proton or a single electron. This elementary charge is a fundamental physical constant and is used as a unit of electric charge in some unit systems. This charge is approximately equal to 1.6021765×10−19 coulombs or in the cgs system it is equal to 4.80320425×10−10 statcoulombs.

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