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Q & A: electrons per Coulomb

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Most recent answer: 11/18/2013
how many electrons must be added to a neutrally charged body to get a net charge of -1C?
- renmart john galang (age 23)
Caloocan city

The charge of one electron is 1.60217657 × 10-19 coulombs.  You can do the arithmetic,



(published on 11/18/2013)

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