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### What does a coulomb measure?

The coulomb was named after Charles-Augustin de Coulomb, a French physicist. The coulomb is a measurement of electrical charge. Full Answer

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The area of Saint-Coulomb is 18.04 square kilometers. Full Answer

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1 coulomb= 3*109 statcoulomb Full Answer

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Approximately 6.25E18 electrons in a Coulomb. Full Answer

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The volt and the coulomb each measure two completely different quantities. So there are no volts in a coulomb. Full Answer

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A coulomb is bigger. Please also note that a coulomb is defined as a POSITIVE charge, while an electron has a NEGATIVE charge. Anyway, the magnitude of a coulomb is much bigger than that of an electron. Full Answer

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Saint-Coulomb's population is 2,454. Full Answer

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Coulomb is a measure of electric charge: One coulomb is the amount of electric charge transported in one second by a steady current of one ampere. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coulomb Full Answer

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1 ampere = 1 coulomb/second 1 coulomb = 1 ampere x second Full Answer

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3*10^9 Full Answer

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Joules per coulomb is volts. Full Answer

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The symbol of coulomb is denoted by the upper case letter 'C'. Full Answer

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The amount of charge in 1 Coulomb is exactly 1 Coulomb of charge. That's true whether the charge is positive or negative. Full Answer

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Current is rate of flow of charge, so 1 ampere = 1 coulomb per second. As ampere and seconds are both fundamental units (and coulomb is derived), a coulomb has the dimensions [current][time] i.e. As Full Answer

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The coulomb is the SI unit of electrical charge. A coulomb, a unit of electrical charge, is defined as the amount of electric charge transported by a current of 1 ampere in 1 second. There are 6.241506×1018 electrons (or elementary… Full Answer

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1 Coulomb = 1 amp for 1 second Full Answer

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Kurt Alder has written: 'Electromagnetic excitation' -- subject(s): Electromagnetic interactions, Ion bombardment, Coulomb excitation 'Tables of the classical orbital integrals in Coulomb excitation' -- subject(s): Definite integrals, Coulomb functions 'Matrix elements between states in the Coulomb field' -- subject(s): Matrix… Full Answer

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1 coulomb per second = 1 ampere Full Answer

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1 joule per coulomb = 1 volt Full Answer

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The Coulomb is a unit of electric charge. [Charge] is a fundamental quantity. Full Answer

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About 6E18 electrons per Coulomb of charge. Full Answer

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coulomb is the unit of charge and ampere is unit of current Full Answer

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A joule/coulomb is represented by the volt. Example: a 9v battery provides 9 joules of energy to every coulomb of charge that passes through it. Full Answer

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One ampere = one coulomb every second . Full Answer

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The Coulomb. If 1 Coulomb is transmitted per second this is 1 Ampere Full Answer

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A coulomb is a measure of electric charge and is equal to -6.24151 x 10^18 electrons. Full Answer

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If you mean the name, it was named after the scientist Charles-Augustin de Coulomb. Full Answer

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A coulomb is a measure of electric charge. An ampere is a measure of electric current - how much charge passes per second. 1 ampere = 1 coulomb / second. Full Answer

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No, a coulomb (C) is a unit of energy. The unit of current is the ampere (A), which is commonly abbreviated 'amp'. A current of one amp means a movement of one coulomb of energy per second. Full Answer

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There is a problem with dimensions in the question: since "Joule" is the unit for energy, "Joule/Coulomb" can not also be a unit of energy. Joule/Coulomb is equivalent to the volt, but that's not an energy. Full Answer

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A voltmeter tells volts. A volt is a joule per coulomb or a normed coulomb per metre. Full Answer

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1/.16E-18=6.25E18 = 6.25 Exa electrons per Coulomb. Full Answer