How is the charge of the positive plate measured?

The charge of the positive plate of a capacitor, like any charge of a capacitor when measured in SI units, is measured in Coulomb (C). One pendant is equal to 1 Ampere multiplied by 1 second. That is, the charge of the plate is directly proportional to the current flowing through the capacitor and the time during which the charge was carried out.

Ampere-hours are an alternative unit of charge.

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