You may convert values for electric charge into different units. The SI-unit is the
coulomb (1 C = 1 A·s). The converter combines units on the elementary scale (e)
as well as on the macroscopic scale (C, Ah).
Abcoulomb is an older unit from the centimetre-gram-second electromagnetic system.
Statcoulomb is the unit of charge in the centimetre-gram-second electrostatic system.
The faraday (1 Fd = e·NA)
has been in use for applications concerning electrolysis. The value corresponds to
multiples of Faraday's constant.
Type the value to convert into the field, behind which you find the unit.
Click on any empty space in the window or on the "calculate" button.
Read the result in the other fields.
Use the "reset" button to reset your calculation.
How many coulomb correspond to 2 faraday ? Type "2" into the field behind which
"F (faraday)" is written. Click on any empty space in the window or on the
"calculate" button. Read the result in the other fields.
(e.g. 1.9297·10-5 C).
- Large and small numbers are written exponentially. As example
2.3e5 = 2.3⋅105 = 230000 or
4.5e-5 = 4.5⋅10-5 = 0.000045.
- There is no warranty for the conversion. Cactus2000 is not
responsible for damage of any kind caused by wrong results.
- Please send an email if you have suggestions or if you would like to see more
conversions to be included.
© Bernd Krüger, 26.12.2004