What is a coulomb of charge?

A coulomb of charge is equal to the charge of 6.24 x 1018 electrons (negative) or protons (positive). A coulomb is a very large charge. Objects that are charged by rubbing or induction have typically a microcoulomb (10-6 C) of charge.


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