Unit kC
Name kilocoulomb
Category Electric Charge
Details In the field of electric charge, kC (kilocoulomb) is a unit used to measure the quantity of electric charge. It is derived from the SI unit of electric charge, the coulomb (C). One kilocoulomb (kC) is equal to 1,000 coulombs (C). Electric charge is a fundamental property of matter, and it quantifies how strongly an object participates in electromagnetic forces.

The coulomb itself is a relatively large unit for measuring electric charge when dealing with smaller systems like atoms or elementary particles. However, in various scientific and engineering applications, such as electroplating, circuitry and electrostatics, larger amounts of electric charge may be dealt with. In such cases, using kilocoulombs instead of individual coulombs can simplify the numbers involved.

For example, if an industrial electroplating unit transfers 15,000 coulombs of charge during a specific process, expressing this value in kilocoulombs makes it more manageable and easier to comprehend: 15 kC.
kC(kilocoulomb) to aAh(attoampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to aAs(attoampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to abC(abcoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to aC(attocoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to Ah(ampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to As(ampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to C(coulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to cAh(centiampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to cAs(centiampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to cC(centicoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to daAh(decaampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to daAs(decaampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to daC(decacoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to dAh(deciampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to dAs(deciampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to dC(decicoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to EAh(exaampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to EAs(exaampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to EC(exacoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to fAh(femtoampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to fAs(femtoampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to fC(femtocoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to GAh(gigaampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to GAs(gigaampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to GC(gigacoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to hAh(hectoampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to hAs(hectoampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to hC(hectocoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to kAh(kiloampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to kAs(kiloampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to MAh(megaampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to mAh(milliampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to MAs(megaampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to mAs(milliampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to MC(megacoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to mC(millicoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to nAh(nanoampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to nAs(nanoampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to nC(nanocoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to PAh(petaampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to pAh(picoampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to PAs(petaampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to pAs(picoampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to PC(petacoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to pC(picocoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to TAh(teraampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to TAs(teraampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to TC(teracoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to yAh(yoctoampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to YAh(yottaampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to yAs(yoctoampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to YAs(yottaampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to yC(yoctocoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to YC(yottacoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to zAh(zeptoampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to ZAh(zettaampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to zAs(zeptoampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to ZAs(zettaampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to zC(zeptocoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to ZC(zettacoulomb)kC(kilocoulomb) to µAh(microampere-hour)kC(kilocoulomb) to µAs(microampere-second)kC(kilocoulomb) to µC(microcoulomb)