Any circuit can have a charge of 8.4 x 10-18 C possible?

The answer would be yes and is dependent on the electrical circuit.

Explanation

Electrons travel around the circuit of electricity. Each electron carries some amount of energy with it. Each electron has a negative charge. Electrical charge is measured in coulomb, C. Hence, the amount of electrical charge that moves in a circuit depends on the current flow and how high it flows.

charge (coulomb, C) = current (ampere, A) × time (seconds)

 

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