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How to count electron

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MacIntoshCZ

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one by one
 

TYDUTTRU

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Hello sir
How to see electron in led
 

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rjenkinsgb

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By measuring the current.
One amp is equivalent to one coulomb per second; one coulomb is defined as 6.2415 x 10^18 electrons.

eg. At one microamp, there would be a flow of 6.2415 x 10^12 electrons per second.
At one picoamp, just 6,241,500 per second!
 

TYDUTTRU

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Hello sir
how to count holes Coulomb, unit of electric charge
how to count electron without coloum scientist
 

MacIntoshCZ

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Hello sir
how to count holes Coulomb, unit of electric charge
how to count electron without coloum scientist
Where are you from?
 

rjenkinsgb

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Hello sir
how to count holes Coulomb, unit of electric charge
how to count electron without coloum scientist
????

Current = number of electrons per second. The coulomb unit is just what connects current (amps) to number of electrons per second.

I have provided the literal numbers in the answer.
 

TYDUTTRU

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Hello sir
How to count electron holes with out coulomb scientist because scientist take lot of money can we take lot of monery to count electrons
 

TYDUTTRU

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Current = number of electrons per second. The coulomb unit is just what connects current (amps) to number of electrons per second.
6.2415 x 10^12 electrons

Charles-Augustin de Coulomb​

French engineer
how to count electron without

Charles-Augustin de Coulomb invention​

 

MacIntoshCZ

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i dont think he wants an answer
 

rjenkinsgb

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Charles-Augustin de Coulomb invention
It is not an "invention", a machine or device, it is one of the basic numerical constants of science, named after a person as are many others.

Do you not want to use any of these because they are named after people?

Amps: André-Marie Ampère
Volts: Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta
Watts: James Watt
Ohms: Georg Ohm
Joules: James Prescott Joule

etc.


I think you need to re-state the original question so we can understand what you are really trying to do, as so far it makes no sense, sorry.
 

TYDUTTRU

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Amps: André-Marie Ampère
Volts: Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta
Watts: James Watt
Ohms: Georg Ohm
Joules: James Prescott Joule


Hello
Volts is written in meter so can we write 12 Xv or Volt
after discovering Volt which is man so how to see volt
 
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