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Magnitude-of-electric-charge-on-a-single-electron-is


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Charge on Electron

  1. The charge on the electron is the magnitude of elementary charge (e) bearing a negative sign.
  2. Elementary Charge: Smallest possible unit of charge equal to the charge on one proton or magnitude of charge on one electron which is 1.6×10-19C.
  3. The Magnitude of charge on one electron is 1.6×10-19C.

Therefore. The magnitude of charge on single electron is equal to elementary charge which is 1.6×10-19C.


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