The answer is one Coulomb/Volt is equal to 1e-18 Exafarads and that means we can also write it as 1 Coulomb/Volt = 1e-18 Exafarads. Feel free to use our online unit conversion calculator to convert the unit from Coulomb/Volt to Exafarad. Just simply enter value 1 in Coulomb/Volt and see the result in Exafarad.

Manually converting Coulomb/Volt to Exafarad can be time-consuming,especially when you don’t have enough knowledge about Electrostatic Capacitance units conversion. Since there is a lot of complexity and some sort of learning curve is involved, most of the users end up using an online Coulomb/Volt to Exafarad converter tool to get the job done as soon as possible.

We have so many online tools available to convert Coulomb/Volt to Exafarad, but not every online tool gives an accurate result and that is why we have created this online Coulomb/Volt to Exafarad converter tool. It is a very simple and easy-to-use tool. Most important thing is that it is beginner-friendly.

By using our Coulomb/Volt to Exafarad conversion tool, you know that one Coulomb/Volt is equivalent to 1e-18 Exafarad. Hence, to convert Coulomb/Volt to Exafarad, we just need to multiply the number by 1e-18. We are going to use very simple Coulomb/Volt to Exafarad conversion formula for that. Pleas see the calculation example given below.

\(\text{1 Coulomb/Volt} = 1 \times 1e-18 = \text{1e-18 Exafarads}\)

Coulomb per volt is a unit of measurement for electrostatic capacitance. A capacitor of one coulomb per volt produces a potential difference of one volt between its plates when it stores an electric charge of one coulomb.

The symbol of Coulomb/Volt is C/V. This means you can also write one Coulomb/Volt as 1 C/V.

Exafarad is a unit of measurement for electrostatic capacitance. A capacitor of one exafarad produces a potential difference of one exavolt between its plates when it stores an electric charge of one exacoulomb. Exafarad is a multiple of electrostatic capacitance unit farad. One exafarad is equal to 1e+18 farad.

The symbol of Exafarad is EF. This means you can also write one Exafarad as 1 EF.

- As you can see, we have 2 input fields and 2 dropdowns.
- From the first dropdown, select Coulomb/Volt and in the first input field, enter a value.
- From the second dropdown, select Exafarad.
- Instantly, the tool will convert the value from Coulomb/Volt to Exafarad and display the result in the second input field.

Coulomb/Volt [C/V] | Exafarad [EF] | Description |
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1 Coulomb/Volt | 1e-18 Exafarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt = 1e-18 Exafarad |

2 Coulomb/Volt | 2e-18 Exafarad | 2 Coulomb/Volt = 2e-18 Exafarad |

3 Coulomb/Volt | 3e-18 Exafarad | 3 Coulomb/Volt = 3e-18 Exafarad |

4 Coulomb/Volt | 4e-18 Exafarad | 4 Coulomb/Volt = 4e-18 Exafarad |

5 Coulomb/Volt | 5e-18 Exafarad | 5 Coulomb/Volt = 5e-18 Exafarad |

6 Coulomb/Volt | 6e-18 Exafarad | 6 Coulomb/Volt = 6e-18 Exafarad |

7 Coulomb/Volt | 7e-18 Exafarad | 7 Coulomb/Volt = 7e-18 Exafarad |

8 Coulomb/Volt | 8e-18 Exafarad | 8 Coulomb/Volt = 8e-18 Exafarad |

9 Coulomb/Volt | 9e-18 Exafarad | 9 Coulomb/Volt = 9e-18 Exafarad |

10 Coulomb/Volt | 1e-17 Exafarad | 10 Coulomb/Volt = 1e-17 Exafarad |

100 Coulomb/Volt | 1e-16 Exafarad | 100 Coulomb/Volt = 1e-16 Exafarad |

1000 Coulomb/Volt | 1e-15 Exafarad | 1000 Coulomb/Volt = 1e-15 Exafarad |

Conversion | Description |
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1 Coulomb/Volt = 1 Farad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Farad is equal to 1 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 1e-18 Exafarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Exafarad is equal to 1e-18 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 1e-15 Petafarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Petafarad is equal to 1e-15 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 1e-12 Terafarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Terafarad is equal to 1e-12 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 1e-9 Gigafarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Gigafarad is equal to 1e-9 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 0.000001 Megafarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Megafarad is equal to 0.000001 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 0.001 Kilofarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Kilofarad is equal to 0.001 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 0.01 Hectofarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Hectofarad is equal to 0.01 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 0.1 Dekafarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Dekafarad is equal to 0.1 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 10 Decifarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Decifarad is equal to 10 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 100 Centifarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Centifarad is equal to 100 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 1000 Millifarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Millifarad is equal to 1000 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 1000000 Microfarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Microfarad is equal to 1000000 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 1000000000 Nanofarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Nanofarad is equal to 1000000000 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 1000000000000 Picofarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Picofarad is equal to 1000000000000 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 1000000000000000 Femtofarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Femtofarad is equal to 1000000000000000 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 1000000000000000000 Attofarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Attofarad is equal to 1000000000000000000 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 1e-9 Abfarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Abfarad is equal to 1e-9 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 1e-9 EMU of Capacitance | 1 Coulomb/Volt in EMU of Capacitance is equal to 1e-9 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 899000042253 Statfarad | 1 Coulomb/Volt in Statfarad is equal to 899000042253 |

1 Coulomb/Volt = 899000042253 ESU of Capacitance | 1 Coulomb/Volt in ESU of Capacitance is equal to 899000042253 |

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