As we know One C is equal to 1 A·s (1 C = 1 A·s).

To convert Coulomb to Ampere-second, multiply your C figure by 1.

** Example : **convert 25 C to A·s:

25 C = 25 × 1 A·s = A·s

To convert Ampere-second to Coulomb, divide your A·s figure by 1.

** Example : **convert 25 A·s to C:

25 A·s = 25 ÷ 1 C = C

As we know One A·s is equal to 1 C (1 A·s = 1 C).

To convert Ampere-second to Coulomb, multiply your A·s figure by 1.

** Example : **convert 45 A·s to C:

45 A·s = 45 × 1 C = C

To convert Coulomb to Ampere-second, divide your C figure by 1.

** Example : **convert 45 C to A·s:

45 C = 45 ÷ 1 A·s = A·s

C to MC | 1 C = 0.000001 MC |

C to kC | 1 C = 0.001 kC |

C to mC | 1 C = 1000 mC |

C to µC | 1 C = 1000000 µC |

C to nC | 1 C = 1000000000 nC |

C to pC | 1 C = 1000000000000 pC |

C to abC | 1 C = 0.1 abC |

C to EMU of charge | 1 C = 0.1 EMU of charge |

C to stC | 1 C = 2997924580 stC |

C to ESU of charge | 1 C = 2997924580 ESU of charge |

C to Fr | 1 C = 2997924580 Fr |

C to A·h | 1 C = 0.0002777778 A·h |

C to A·min | 1 C = 0.0166666667 A·min |

C to A·s | 1 C = 1 A·s |

C to faraday | 1 C = 0.0000103643 faraday |

C to e | 1 C = 6241506363094001000 e |

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** A·s.** Since one C equals 1 A·s, 9 C in A·s will be A·s.

There are **1 A·s** in one C. In turn, one A·s is equal to 1 C.

1 A·s is approximately equal to 1 C.

The Coulomb value of 8 A·s is C. (i.e.,) 8 x 1 = C.

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