# Convert Abcoulombs to Coulombs

Enter the electric charge in abcoulombs below to get the value converted to coulombs.

**Results in Coulombs:**

## How to Convert Abcoulombs to Coulombs

To convert a abcoulomb measurement to a coulomb measurement, multiply the electric charge by the conversion ratio. One abcoulomb is equal to 10 coulombs, so use this simple formula to convert:

The electric charge in coulombs is equal to the abcoulombs multiplied by 10.

**For example,**here's how to convert 5 abcoulombs to coulombs using the formula above.

Abcoulombs and coulombs are both units used to measure electric charge. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.

## Abcoulombs

One abcoulomb is the electric charge equal to one abampere of current over one second, or ten coulombs.

The abcoulomb is a centimeter-gram-second (CGS) electromagnetic unit of electric charge. A abcoulomb is sometimes also referred to as an EMU. Abcoulombs can be abbreviated as *abC*, and are also sometimes abbreviated as *aC*. For example, 1 abcoulomb can be written as 1 abC or 1 aC.

## Coulombs

One coulomb is the electric charge equal to one ampere of current over one second.

The coulomb can be expressed as Q_{C} = I_{A} × t_{s}

The charge in coulombs is equal to the current in amperes times the time in seconds.

The coulomb is the SI derived unit for electric charge in the metric system. Coulombs can be abbreviated as *C*, for example 1 coulomb can be written as 1 C.

## Abcoulomb Measurements and Equivalent Coulomb Conversions

Abcoulombs | Coulombs |
---|---|

1 abC | 10 C |

2 abC | 20 C |

3 abC | 30 C |

4 abC | 40 C |

5 abC | 50 C |

6 abC | 60 C |

7 abC | 70 C |

8 abC | 80 C |

9 abC | 90 C |

10 abC | 100 C |

11 abC | 110 C |

12 abC | 120 C |

13 abC | 130 C |

14 abC | 140 C |

15 abC | 150 C |

16 abC | 160 C |

17 abC | 170 C |

18 abC | 180 C |

19 abC | 190 C |

20 abC | 200 C |

21 abC | 210 C |

22 abC | 220 C |

23 abC | 230 C |

24 abC | 240 C |

25 abC | 250 C |

26 abC | 260 C |

27 abC | 270 C |

28 abC | 280 C |

29 abC | 290 C |

30 abC | 300 C |

31 abC | 310 C |

32 abC | 320 C |

33 abC | 330 C |

34 abC | 340 C |

35 abC | 350 C |

36 abC | 360 C |

37 abC | 370 C |

38 abC | 380 C |

39 abC | 390 C |

40 abC | 400 C |

## More Abcoulomb Electric Charge Conversions

**SI Units**

- Convert to Millicoulombs
- 1 abC is equal to 10,000 millicoulombs
- Convert to Microcoulombs
- 1 abC is equal to 10,000,000 microcoulombs
- Convert to Nanocoulombs
- 1 abC is equal to 10,000,000,000 nanocoulombs
- Convert to Picocoulombs
- 1 abC is equal to 10,000,000,000,000 picocoulombs

**Centimetreâ€“Gramâ€“Second Units**

- Convert to Statcoulombs
- 1 abC is equal to 29,979,199,999.3 statcoulombs

**Other Units**

- Convert to Electron Charge
- 1 abC is equal to 62,415,000,000,000,000,000 electron charge
- Convert to Ampere-hours
- 1 abC is equal to 0.002778 ampere-hours
- Convert to Milliampere-hours
- 1 abC is equal to 2.777778 milliampere-hours

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## Understanding the Metric System

The metric system makes it relatively easy to convert from one metric unit to another metric unit. The metric system uses a base unit, think meters or grams, and a prefix such as kilo or milli. The prefixes differ from the base units by differing powers of 10. So to convert within the metric system it’s usually a matter of multiplying or dividing by one of the powers of 10.

### Here is a list of some of the common metric prefixes:

- “kilo” – 1,000x larger
- “hecto” – 100x larger
- “deca” – 10x larger
- “deci” – 10x smaller
- “centi” – 100x smaller
- “milli” – 1,000x smaller

There is a helpful mnemonic for remembering the prefixes: “King Henry Died Until Drinking Chocolate Milk.”

The u in Until refers to the base unit.