/ kuːlɒm /
C · ampere-second
Prevedi coulomb na: francuski
ETYM From Coulomb, a French physicist and electrican.
A unit of electrical charge equivalent to roughly 6.26 x 1018 electrons, with a negative charge being an excess of electrons and a positive charge being a deficiency of electrons.
A unit of electrical charge equal to the amount of charge transferred by a current of 1 ampere in 1 second; SYN. C, ampere-second.
A measurement of the quantity of electrical charge, usually expressed as pico coulomb (10-12 coulombs).
SI unit (symbol C) of electrical charge. One coulomb is the quantity of electricity conveyed by a current of one ampere in one second.
Quantitative unit of electricity: the amount of electrical charge conveyed by current of one ampčre in one second.