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Millicoulombs and coulombs are units of electric charge, which is a fundamental property of particles that carry an electric charge. The SI unit of electric charge is the coulomb (C), and the millicoulomb (mC) is a subunit of the coulomb.

## Coulomb (C)

1 Coulomb (C) is defined as the amount of electric charge transported by a current of one ampere (A) in one second. In other words, if a current of 1 ampere flows through a conductor for 1 second, it carries a charge of 1 coulomb.

## Millicoulomb (mC)

1 Millicoulomb (mC) is equal to one-thousandth (1/1000) of a coulomb. It’s a smaller unit of charge and is often used to express smaller amounts of charge in practical situations.

### How to convert millicoulombs to coulombs

1C = 1000mC

or

1mC = 0.001C

#### mC to coulombs conversion formula

Q_{(C)} = Q_{(mC)} / 1000

Example – Convert 3 millicoulombs to coulombs:

Ans. Q_{(C)} = 3mC / 1000 = 0.003C

### Millicoulomb to coulombs conversion table

Charge (millicoulomb) |
Charge (coulomb) |

0 mC | 0 C |

1 mC | 0.001 C |

10 mC | 0.01 C |

100 mC | 0.1 C |

1000 mC | 1 C |

10000 mC | 10 C |

100000 mC | 100 C |

1000000 mC | 1000 C |

## FAQs on mC to coulombs conversion

### How do you convert mC to coulomb?

To convert milliCoulombs (mC) to Coulombs (C), divide the value in milliCoulombs by 1000. It can be expressed as: 1 C = 1000 mC.

### What is 1 mC in physics?

1 milliCoulomb (1 mC) is a unit of electric charge equal to one thousandth of a Coulomb (1/1000 C). It's used to quantify small amounts of charge.

### What is 1 micro C equal to?

1 microCoulomb (1 μC) is equal to one millionth (10^-6) of a Coulomb. It's often used to describe even smaller amounts of electric charge.

### What is the formula for 1 coulomb?

The formula for 1 Coulomb is not a mathematical formula, but rather a definition based on the International System of Units (SI). It's defined as the amount of electric charge carried by a current of 1 Ampere flowing for 1 second.

### How do you calculate 1 coulomb charge?

You don't need to calculate 1 Coulomb charge; it's a fundamental unit defined by the SI system. It's the amount of charge carried by 1 Ampere of current flowing for 1 second.

### What is the SI unit of 1 coulomb?

The SI unit of 1 Coulomb is denoted as C, named after the French physicist Charles-Augustin de Coulomb, and it's the standard unit for measuring electric charge.

### What is a 1.0 coulomb of charge?

1.0 Coulomb of charge represents a fundamental unit of electric charge in the SI system. It's the charge carried by a current of 1 Ampere flowing for 1 second.

### What is the value of 1 coulomb of electrons?

The charge of a single electron is approximately -1.602 x 10^-19 Coulombs. Therefore, 1 Coulomb of charge would be equivalent to about 6.242 x 10^18 electrons (absolute value).