ROBIN last edited by
When I say charge on electron 1.69×10^-19 C
When we say 1 metre we can. Easily understand what you're talking about but when we say 1 Newton we also understand what we are talking about but does the number 1.69 x 10^-19 represent?????????????
RIDDHI SHAH last edited by
@ROBIN 1 Coulomb is the charge that flows when a current of 1 Amp flows for 1 second. 1.6 * 10^-19C is the theoretically calculated charge of one electron. Just like you can have 0.5 m and 2 Newtons.