# Coulombs to electron charge conversion

Coulombs (C) to electron charge conversion is a process that involves dividing the value in coulombs by the elementary charge, which is approximately 1.602 x 10^-19 C. This conversion allows you to express electric charge values in terms of the number of elementary charges, also known as electron charges.

## What is Coulombs to electron charge conversion

The conversion between coulombs (C) and the elementary charge (e) is given by:

1 coulomb = 6.242 × 10^18 elementary charges

This means that there are approximately 6.242 × 10^18 elementary charges in one coulomb.

For example, if you have 3 coulombs, the conversion to electron charges would be:

3 C * (6.242 × 10^18 e / 1 C) ≈ 1.8726 × 10^19 e

Therefore, 3 coulombs is approximately equal to 1.8726 × 10^19 electron charges.

## How to convert coulombs to electron charge

1C = 6.24150975⋅10^{18}e

or

1e = 1.60217646⋅10^{-19}C

### Coulombs to electron charge conversion formula

The charge in electron charge *Q*_{(e)} is equal to the charge in coulombs *Q*_{(C)} times 6.24150975⋅10^{18}:

*Q*_{(e)} = *Q*_{(C)} × 6.24150975⋅10^{18}

### Coulombs to electron charge conversion Example

Convert 3 coulombs to electron charge:

*Q*_{(e)} = 3C × 6.24150975⋅10^{18} = 1.872⋅10^{19}e

## Coulomb to electron charge conversion table

Charge (coulomb) | Charge (electron charge) |
---|---|

0 C | 0 e |

1 C | 6.24150975⋅10^{18} e |

10 C | 6.24150975⋅10^{19} e |

100 C | 6.24150975⋅10^{20} e |

1000 C | 6.24150975⋅10^{21} e |

10000 C | 6.24150975⋅10^{22} e |

100000 C | 6.24150975⋅10^{23} e |

1000000 C | 6.24150975⋅10^{24} e |