# Statcoulombs to Electron Charge Converter

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

**Results in Electron Charge:**

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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.

### 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.

Learn more about electron charge.

## Statcoulomb to Electron Charge Conversion Table

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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