# Electric Charge Converter - Charge Converter

To use charge converter, input the value, select the unit, and hit the calculate button

Formula:
Charge Converter = coulomb = 6.242×1018 e

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## What is meant by an Electric Charge converter?

A device or circuit that transforms electric charge from one form to another is known as an electric charge converter. The charge conversion or manipulation is not frequently used in the field of electronics or electrical engineering, it may be necessary in some circumstances.

It's difficult to give a comprehensive explanation of what an electric charge converter would include without more background information or a specific use case.

## Examples

Example 1:

Convert the number 18 into other units.

Solution

 Units Values Abcoulomb: 18.0000 Ampere-hour: 0.0500000 Ampere-minute: 3.00000 Ampere-second: 180.000 Coulomb: 180.000 Coulomb(international): 180.030 Elementary charge: 1.12346e+21 Faraday(chem): 0.00186548 Faraday (phys): 0.00186495 Franklin: 5.39626e+11 Kilocoulomb: 0.180000 Megacoulomb: 0.000180000 Microcoulomb: 1.80000e+8 Millicoulomb: 180000 Nanocoulomb: 1.80000e+11 Picocoulomb: 1.80000e+14 Statcoulomb: 5.39626e+11

Example 2:

Convert the number 43 into other units.

Solution

 Units Values Abcoulomb: 43.0000 Ampere-hour: 0.119444 Ampere-minute: 7.16667 Ampere-second: 430.000 Coulomb: 430.000 Coulomb(international): 430.071 Elementary charge: 2.68381e+21 Faraday(chem): 0.00445642 Faraday(phys): 0.00445517 Franklin: 1.28911e+12 Kilocoulomb: 0.430000 Megacoulomb: 0.000430000 Microcoulomb: 4.30000e+8 Millicoulomb: 430000 Nanocoulomb: 4.30000e+11 Picocoulomb: 4.30000e+14 Statcoulomb: 1.28911e+12