calculate the number of electrons constituting one columb of charge
Asked by ajayrath7 | 4th Apr, 2019, 07:46: PM
As we know charge is a quantised quantity
We can write Q = -ne
Where Q is the net charge, n is the number of electrons and e is the charge present on an electron
Putting all the values we get
1 = n × 1.6 ×10^-19
So n = (1/1.6 ) × 10^19 = 6.25×10^18
Answered by Ankit K | 4th Apr, 2019, 10:46: PM
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