Coulomb (C) an Electric Charge Unit and Conversion Chart

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Q. What is Coulomb ?

Ans: Coulomb is SI derived multiple of Electric Charge unit coulomb(C).

Q. How much is 1 Coulomb charge?

Ans. It is equal to 1.00E+00 times coulomb.

Symbol : C

So 1 coulomb = 1.00E+00 coulomb.

Example Conversion: 342 coulomb = 1.00E+00 X 342 coulombs.

Or we can say, 342 C = 342 C.

Convert coulomb to other electric charge measurement units

Coulomb Conversion Table and Chart

Use this Coulomb Conversion chart to compare 1 coulomb with other electric charge measurement units.

1.0E+18 attocoulomb100 centicoulomb
0.1 decacoulomb10 decicoulomb
1.0E-18 exacoulomb1.0E+15 femtocoulomb
1.0E-9 gigacoulomb0.01 hectocoulomb
1 coulomb0.001 kilocoulomb
1.0E-6 megacoulomb1000000 microcoulomb
1000 millicoulomb1000000000 nanocoulomb
1.0E-15 petacoulomb1000000000000 picocoulomb
1.0E-12 teracoulomb1.0E+24 yoctocoulomb
1.0E-24 yottacoulomb1.0E+21 zeptocoulomb
1.0E-21 zettacoulomb

Most Common Electric Charge Conversions.