Statcoulombs to Electron Charge Converter

Enter the electric charge in statcoulombs below to get the value converted to electron charge.


Result in Electron Charge:

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1 stC = 2,081,946,733.1143 e

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How to Convert Statcoulombs to Electron Charge

To convert a measurement in statcoulombs to a measurement in electron charge, multiply the electric charge by the following conversion ratio: 2,081,946,733.1143 electron charge/statcoulomb.

Since one statcoulomb is equal to 2,081,946,733.1143 electron charge, you can use this simple formula to convert:

electron charge = statcoulombs × 2,081,946,733.1143

The electric charge in electron charge is equal to the electric charge in statcoulombs multiplied by 2,081,946,733.1143.

For example, here's how to convert 5 statcoulombs to electron charge using the formula above.
electron charge = (5 stC × 2,081,946,733.1143) = 10,409,733,665.571 e

How Many Electron Charge Are in a Statcoulomb?

There are 2,081,946,733.1143 electron charge in a statcoulomb, which is why we use this value in the formula above.

1 stC = 2,081,946,733.1143 e

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

What Is a Statcoulomb?

One statcoulomb is the electric charge equal to one statampere of current over one second. One statcoulomb is the amount of electrical charge, that if two like objects carrying a charge of of one statcoulomb each are placed with the center of charge one centimeter apart, the objects repel each other with a force of one dyne.

The statcoulomb is a centimeter-gram-second (CGS) electrostatic unit of electric charge. A statcoulomb is sometimes also referred to as a franklin or ESU. Statcoulombs can be abbreviated as stC, and are also sometimes abbreviated as statC. For example, 1 statcoulomb can be written as 1 stC or 1 statC.

Learn more about statcoulombs.

What Is an Electron Charge?

Electron charge is equal to the charge of an electron, and is the inverse of elementary charge, which is the magnitude of the charge of a proton. It is equal to 1.602176634×10−19 coulombs, per the 2019 SI redefinition of the coulomb.

Electron charge can be abbreviated as e; for example, 1 electron charge can be written as 1 e.

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Statcoulomb to Electron Charge Conversion Table

Table showing various statcoulomb measurements converted to electron charge.
Statcoulombs Electron Charge
0.000000001 stC 2.0819 e
0.000000002 stC 4.1639 e
0.000000003 stC 6.2458 e
0.000000004 stC 8.3278 e
0.000000005 stC 10.41 e
0.000000006 stC 12.49 e
0.000000007 stC 14.57 e
0.000000008 stC 16.66 e
0.000000009 stC 18.74 e
0.0000000001 stC 0.208195 e
0.000000001 stC 2.0819 e
0.00000001 stC 20.82 e
0.0000001 stC 208.19 e
0.000001 stC 2,082 e
0.00001 stC 20,819 e
0.0001 stC 208,195 e
0.001 stC 2,081,947 e
0.01 stC 20,819,467 e
0.1 stC 208,194,673 e
1 stC 2,081,946,733 e

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