# Charge Converter

## What is Charge?

When placed in an electromagnetic field, matter experiences a force due to its physical characteristic known as electric charge. It is a measurement of the attraction or repulsion of particles as discovered by Coulomb when he formulated Coulomb's law which states that force and charge increase with distance.

Wave energy that travels longitudinally is charge. Coulombs can be explained as wave amplitude, which is measured as a distance, to connect mass and charge (meters). Mass and charge can be represented as the motion of a substance in the vacuum of space that has the physical attribute of kilogrammes and moves as waves.

When there are more or fewer protons in an atom than electrons, the substance has an electric charge. Protons have a positive charge, while electrons have a negative charge.

If a substance has more protons than electrons, it is positively charged;

If it has more electrons, it is negatively charged.

If there is no any charge, it is neutral.

## SI Unit of Charge

The coulomb, denoted by the letter C, is the SI unit of electric charge. The amount of charge that travels through an electrical conductor carrying one ampere per second is measured in coulombs.

## Charge Converter

Our Freepion's Online Charge Converter helps you to converts one units i.e., Coloumb into another units of charge as shown below;

 Coulomb to Coulomb Coulomb to Megacoulomb Coulomb to Kilocoulomb Coulomb to Millicoulomb Coulomb to Microcoulomb Coulomb to Nanocoulomb Coulomb to Picocoulomb Coulomb to Abcoulomb Coulomb to Emu Coulomb to Statcoulomb Coulomb to Esu Coulomb to Franklin Coulomb to Ampere hour Coulomb to Ampere minute Coulomb to Ampere second Coulomb to Faraday Coulomb to Elementary

You can convert every charge unit as listed above into another unit.

### Formula to find the Electric Charge

Q = I.t

where,

Q represented the charge

I is the electric current and

t is the time

## Ways for Charging

Charging is the process of adding an electric charge to an object or removing an electric charge from an object.

An uncharged object can be charged in one of the following three ways:

• Friction-based charging ( triboelectric charging)
• Charge through conduction
• Using induction to charge

### Using Friction to Charge

Charge transfer occurs when two things are rubbed against one another. While the other item obtains electrons, one of the objects loses electrons. When an object receives electrons, it becomes negatively charged, and when it loses electrons, it becomes positively charged. Friction charges both objects, and this process of charging is referred to as electrification by friction.

### Charged via Conduction

Charging by conduction is the process of bringing a charged object close to a charged object to charge the charged object. Because the charged conductor's protons and electrons are not distributed evenly, when an uncharged conductor is placed close by, it releases electrons to stabilise itself.

### Using Induction to Charge

Charging by induction is the method of bringing an uncharged conductor close to a charged conductor without making physical contact.