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`        How many electrons constitute 1 microC of charge ............  .    ?`
11 months ago

Khimraj
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```							You can easily find the answer of this question by using the formula.. Q=ne ; where 'Q’ is the total charge, 'n’ is no. of electrons and 'e’ is the charge of one electron.Here, Q=10^-6 C and e=1.6 x 10^-19 C.So, n= Q/e =10^-6/1.6 x 10^-19 = 6.25 x 10^12So,there are 6.25 x 10^12 electrons present in 1 microcoulomb of charge.
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11 months ago
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