What do you mean by one coulomb of charge?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 17th Apr, 2015, 09:27: AM
One coulomb is defined as the quantity of charge that has passed through the cross-section of an electrical conductor carrying one ampere within one second.
Answered by | 17th Apr, 2015, 11:27: AM
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