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# Electron charge watch

1. -1.00 coulomb is the charge of how many electrons?
2. Think of the charge of one electron and it's just a simple division.
3. 1 electron has the charge of 1.6 x 10^-19 coulombs.

So -1 Coulomb is the charge on -1/1.6 x 10^-19 electrons.

Lol hope this helps
4. Remember the unitary method in math? Or ratio and proportions?

electron : charge
1 : 1.6 x 10^-19
x : 1

Do the rest by the ratio/proportion method :P
5. (Original post by ScienceGeek1878)
Think of the charge of one electron and it's just a simple division.
So it’s 1 divided by -1.60*10^-19
6. (Original post by Awarnecke)
So it’s 1 divided by -1.60*10^-19
Yes.

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