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How many electrons will have a total charge of one coulomb?


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$$ Q_e=1.6 \times {10}^{-19} C = 1{e}^{-} $$
$$ \therefore 1 C = \dfrac{1}{1.6\times{10}^{-19}} {e}^{-} $$
$$1 C = 0.625 \times10^{19} {e}^{-}$$
$$ \therefore 0.625\times10^{19}{e}^{-}$$ in 1 coulomb of negative charge..

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