Charge Converter


Electric charge is a fundamental property of matter. It is known as the force it encounters or feels when residing near any other matter with an electrical charge, thus creating an electromagnetic field. The interaction of electric charge with an electromagnetic field is described as Lorentz force. Electric charge has an SI unit coulomb (C). In simpler words, it is the charge transported a certain distance by a steady current of one ampere in a second.

What is the Charge Converter tool?

The Charge Converter tool is designed to convert one unit of charge to another unit. Measurement, along with conversion, is a significant factor in our life. Things get measured, and units get converted in almost every work domain, such as daily life, science, engineering, business trading, education, and many other fields. Therefore, a highly accurate and convenient global measuring system should be ensured. The Charge Converter guarantees accuracy in all of the results.

It's equipped with several different units of coulomb measurement. These units have been explained concerning the coulomb 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



How to use the Charge Converter tool?

Follow the below-given procedure to obtain your required charge:

  • Insert the value of the charge you need to convert.
  • Next, select the unit of the charge you have inserted.
  • Tap on calculate to obtain the result.

Measurement is the most important aspect of our life. We use measurement in science, engineering, business trading, personal life, education, and other fields. As technology is growing day by day so.


Q. What is a coulomb?

The coulomb can be explained in terms of capacitance. One coulomb is the quantity of charge present on the positive part of a capacitor of one farad charged to a potential difference of one volt.

Q. How to convert an electron charge measurement to a coulomb measurement?

An electron charge measurement can be converted to a coulomb measurement by dividing the electric charge by the conversion ratio.