Orders of magnitude (charge)
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This page is a progressive and labeled list of the SI charge orders of magnitude, with certain examples appended to some list objects.
|10−20||×10−20 C−5.34||(−1/3 e) – Charge of down, strange and bottom quarks|
|10−19||×10−19 C1.068||(2/3 e)—Charge of up, charm and top quarks|
|×10−19 C1.602||The elementary charge e, i.e. the negative charge on a single electron or the positive charge on a single proton|
|10−18||atto- (aC)||×10−18 C1.9||Planck charge|
|10−17||×10−17 C1.473||(92 e) – Positive charge on a uranium nucleus|
|10−15||femto- (fC)||×10−15 C1||Charge on a typical dust particle|
|10−12||pico- (pC)||×10−12 C1||Charge in typical microwave frequency capacitors|
|10−9||nano- (nC)||×10−9 C1||Charge in typical radio frequency capacitors|
|10−6||micro- (µC)||×10−6 C1||Charge in typical audio frequency capacitors|
|~ ×10−6 C1||Static electricity from rubbing materials together|
|10−3||milli- (mC)||×10−3 C1||Charge in typical power supply capacitors|
|100||C||×100 C1||Two negative point charges of , placed one meter apart, would experience a repulsive +1 Cforce of ×109 N9|
|101||deca- (daC)||×101 C2.6||Charge in a typical thundercloud (15–350 C)|
|103||kilo- (kC)||×103 C5||Typical alkaline AA battery is about 5000 C ≈ 1.4 A⋅h|
|104||×104 C9.64||Charge on one mole of electrons (Faraday constant)|
|105||×105 C2.16||Car battery charge|
|107||×107 C1.07||Charge needed to produce 1 kg of aluminium from bauxite in an electrolytic cell|
|108||×108 C5.9||Charge in world's largest battery bank (36 MWh), assuming 220 VAC output|
- 8th edition of the official brochure of the BIPM (SI units and prefixes).
- Martin Karl W. Pohl. "Physics: Principles with Applications" (PDF). DESY.
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