How many electrons are required to make -5.6 micro coulomb?

Asked by  | 5th Apr, 2013, 08:25: PM

Expert Answer:

Number of electrons in 1.6 * 10-19 C = 1

So number of electrons in 5.6 * 10-6 C 

q = number of electrons * charge on an electron
hence, q= n*e
 5.6 * 10-6 C = n * 1.6 * 10-19 C 
n = 3.5 * 10-6+19 
 =3.5 * 1013 electrons

Answered by  | 6th Apr, 2013, 12:24: PM

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