Electrical Charge

Elementary Charge

Elementary charge is a fundamental physical constant. It is the electric charge carried by single proton. One elementary charge is equal to 1.6e-19 coulombs.

The symbol of Elementary Charge is e. This means you can also write one Elementary Charge as 1 e.

Manually converting Elementary Charge to any other Electrical Charge unit can be time-consuming, especially when you donβt have enough knowledge about Electrical Charge 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 Elementary Charge converter tool to get the job done as soon as possible.

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

- As you can see, we have 2 input fields and 2 dropdowns. For instance, you want to convert Elementary Charge to EMU of Charge.
- From the first dropdown, select Elementary Charge and in the first input field, enter a value.
- From the second dropdown, select EMU of Charge.
- Instantly, the tool will convert the value from Elementary Charge to EMU of Charge and display the result in the second input field.

Conversion | Description |
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1 Elementary Charge = 1.602176634e-19 Coulomb | 1 Elementary Charge in Coulomb is equal to 1.602176634e-19 |

1 Elementary Charge = 1.6605394651325e-24 Faraday [C12] | 1 Elementary Charge in Faraday [C12] is equal to 1.6605394651325e-24 |

1 Elementary Charge = 1.602176634e-22 Kilocoulomb | 1 Elementary Charge in Kilocoulomb is equal to 1.602176634e-22 |

1 Elementary Charge = 1.602176634e-16 Millicoulomb | 1 Elementary Charge in Millicoulomb is equal to 1.602176634e-16 |

1 Elementary Charge = 1.602176634e-13 Microcoulomb | 1 Elementary Charge in Microcoulomb is equal to 1.602176634e-13 |

1 Elementary Charge = 1.602176634e-10 Nanocoulomb | 1 Elementary Charge in Nanocoulomb is equal to 1.602176634e-10 |

1 Elementary Charge = 1.602176634e-7 Picocoulomb | 1 Elementary Charge in Picocoulomb is equal to 1.602176634e-7 |

1 Elementary Charge = 1.602176634e-20 EMU of Charge | 1 Elementary Charge in EMU of Charge is equal to 1.602176634e-20 |

1 Elementary Charge = 4.7969360299401e-10 ESU of Charge | 1 Elementary Charge in ESU of Charge is equal to 4.7969360299401e-10 |

1 Elementary Charge = 4.7969360299401e-10 Franklin | 1 Elementary Charge in Franklin is equal to 4.7969360299401e-10 |

1 Elementary Charge = 1.602176634e-25 Megacoulomb | 1 Elementary Charge in Megacoulomb is equal to 1.602176634e-25 |

1 Elementary Charge = 4.7969360299401e-10 Statcoulomb | 1 Elementary Charge in Statcoulomb is equal to 4.7969360299401e-10 |

1 Elementary Charge = 1.602176634e-20 Abcoulomb | 1 Elementary Charge in Abcoulomb is equal to 1.602176634e-20 |

1 Elementary Charge = 4.45049065e-23 Ampere Hour | 1 Elementary Charge in Ampere Hour is equal to 4.45049065e-23 |

1 Elementary Charge = 2.67029439e-21 Ampere Minute | 1 Elementary Charge in Ampere Minute is equal to 2.67029439e-21 |

1 Elementary Charge = 1.602176634e-19 Ampere Second | 1 Elementary Charge in Ampere Second is equal to 1.602176634e-19 |

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