What is Unit Of Charge

The unit of charge is the Coulomb, C. The symbol of electric charge is Q. The charge of one electron is given as: 1.6×10-19, so one Coulomb of charge is equal to 1/ 1.6×10-19 or 6.25×1018 electrons.


Q = 1 Coulomb = charge of 6.25 x 1018 Electrons