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Calculator for the Planck Charge
Conversion of different units of charge to the Planck charge.
The Planck charge qP is 1.875545956-18 coulombs or ampere seconds. This is the charge at which the electromagnetic and gravitational forces would be equal for a particle of Planck mass. In fact, a proton or electron has a charge of about one-twelfth the Planck charge, but only a mass in the range of quintillionths and sextillionths of the Planck mass. This is why the gravitational force is so weak compared to the electromagnetic force.
Please enter a value and select a charge unit. It will calculated how many Planck charges correspond to this input. ^ means to the power of.
Example: A battery with 2000 mAh has 3.838882 * 10^21 Planck charges.
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