# Electron charge to coulombs conversion

Electron charge to coulombs conversion is a process that involves converting electric charge values from the fundamental unit of electron charge (e) to the standard unit of coulombs (C). The elementary charge, denoted as "e," is approximately equal to 1.602 x 10^-19 coulombs.

## What is Electron charge to coulombs conversion

The elementary charge, also known as the electron charge (e), is approximately equal to 1.602 x 10^-19 coulombs (C).

Therefore, to convert electron charges to coulombs, divide the value in electron charges by the elementary charge.

For example, let's convert 5 electron charges to coulombs:

Coulombs = 5 e * (1.602 x 10^-19 C / 1 e) Coulombs = 8.01 x 10^-19 C

Therefore, 5 electron charges is approximately equal to 8.01 x 10^-19 coulombs.

## How to convert electron charge to coulombs

1C = 6.24150975⋅10^{18}e

or

1e = 1.60217646⋅10^{-19}C

### Electron charge to coulombs conversion formula

The charge in coulombs *Q*_{(C)} is equal to the charge in electron charge *Q*_{(e)} times 1.60217646⋅10^{-19}:

*Q*_{(C)} = *Q*_{(e)} × 1.60217646⋅10^{-19}

### Example

Convert 3 electron charge to coulombs:

*Q*_{(C)} = 3e × 1.60217646⋅10^{-19}= 4.8065⋅10^{-19}C

## electron charge to coulombs conversion table

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

0 e | 0 C |

1 e | 1.60217646⋅10^{-19} C |

10 e | 1.60217646⋅10^{-18 }C |

100 e | 1.60217646⋅10^{-17} C |

1000 e | 1.60217646⋅10^{-16} C |

10000 e | 1.60217646⋅10^{-15} C |

100000 e | 1.60217646⋅10^{-14} C |

1000000 e | 1.60217646⋅10^{-13} C |