This page is a progressive and labeled list of the SI charge orders of magnitude, with certain examples appended to some list objects.
|10-21||1 zC|| -53.4 zC (-1/3 e) - charge of down, strange and bottom quarks |
106.8 zC (2/3 e) - charge of up, charm and top quarks
160.2 zC - the elementary charge e, i.e. the negative charge on a single electron or the positive charge on a single proton
|10-18||1 aC||14.73 aC (92 e) - positive charge on a uranium nucleus|
|10-15||1 fC||Charge on a typical dust particle|
|10-12||1 pC||Charge in typical microwave frequency capacitors|
|10-9||1 nC||Charge in typical radio frequency capacitors|
|10-6||1 uC||Charge in typical audio frequency capacitors|
|10-3||1 mC||Charge in typical power supply capacitors|
|100||1 C||26 C - charge in a typical thundercloud|
|103||1 kC|| 96.4 kC - charge on one mole of electrons (1 Faraday) |
216 kC - charge in a car battery
|106||1 MC||10.7 MC - charge needed to produce 1 kg of aluminum from bauxite in an electrolytic cell|
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