How many electrons create a charge of -1 C.

The electric charge of one electron is q = -1.6 * 10 ^ (- 19) C. To find the number of electrons N, which create a charge Q = -1 C, we divide the total charge by the charge of one electron:

N = Q / q;

N = -1 / [-1.6 * 10 ^ (- 19)] = 6.25 * 10 ^ 18.

Thus, a charge of -1 C creates 6.25 quintillion electrons.




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