Electrical Engineering - Voltage, Current and Resistance - Discussion

Discussion :: Voltage, Current and Resistance - General Questions (Q.No.2)


The unit of electrical charge is the

[A]. coulomb
[B]. joule
[C]. volt
[D]. watt

Answer: Option A


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Sathish said: (Jun 2, 2011)  
It is the unit of charge

Anand said: (Jul 21, 2011)  
Charge in Coulomb,
Energy in Joule,
Voltage in Volts,
Power in Watts.

Aaron said: (Aug 30, 2012)  
Thanks sathesh & Anand.

Kirubakaran said: (Sep 9, 2012)  
1 coulomb is the charge carried carried by 6.25*10^18 electrons

Bhaskar said: (Sep 1, 2013)  
Unit of charge is coulomb. It is the product of I AND t.

I (current flowing through given cross section of the conductor in ampere).

T (time for which current is flowing in the conductor in sec).

Srithar Eee said: (Sep 8, 2014)  
The charge carried carried by 6.25*10^18 electrons.

The unit of power is watt.

The unit of voltage is volts.

Sumit Ray Chowdhury said: (Apr 1, 2016)  
Charge is rate of flow of electron through a conductor.

Its unit is coulomb.

Navab said: (Oct 6, 2016)  
Thanks to all.

Prakash said: (Mar 20, 2017)  
Superb explanation, Thank you all.

Mayuresh said: (Sep 5, 2019)  
Thank you all for explaining it.

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