
Elementary charge  Wikipedia
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elementary_charge The elementary charge, usually denoted by e or sometimes q e, is the electric charge carried by a single proton or, equivalently, the magnitude of the negative electric charge carried by a single electron, which has charge −1 e. This elementary charge is a fundamental physical constant.To avoid confusion over its sign, e is sometimes called the elementary positive charge. 
What is an Elementary Charge?  Definition from Techopedia
www.techopedia.com/definition/14924/elementarycharge Elementary Charge: An elementary charge is the magnitude of electric charge associated with a single electron. Similar to time, length or mass, the elementary charge is a fundamental measurement of a fundamental physical constant. The coulomb is the unit of elementary charge in the International System of Units. 
Elementary charge  Definition of Elementary charge at ...
www.dictionary.com/browse/elementarycharge Elementary charge definition, the unit of electric charge of which all free charges found in nature are integral multiples, equal to 1.602 × 10−19 coulombs, the charge of the proton. See more. 
Elementary Charge  Definition of Elementary Charge by ...
www.merriamwebster.com/dictionary/elementary%20charge Elementary charge definition is  an apparently fundamental constant that is the smallest known quantity of electricity, is either positive or negative (as the positron or the electron), and has a value of about 4.802×10—10 statcoulomb or 1.602×10—19 absolute coulomb. 
What is elementary charge?  Definition from WhatIs.com
whatis.techtarget.com/definition/elementarycharge elementary charge: An elementary charge is the electrical charge carried by a single electron . This is equivalent, but opposite in polarity , to the electrical charge carried by a proton . By convention, electrons have negative (minus) charge, and protons have positive (plus) charge. 
Elementary Charge  Article about Elementary Charge by The ...
encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Elementary+Charge elementary charge[‚el·ə′men·trē ‚chärj] (physics) An electric charge such that the electric charge of any body is an integral multiple of it, equal to the electron charge. Elementary Charge e, the smallest electric charge known in nature. The existence of the elementary charge was first mentioned with certainty by the British scientist G ... 
Elementary charge : definition of Elementary charge and ...
dictionary.sensagent.com/Elementary%20charge/enen However, the unit of energy electronvolt reminds us that the elementary charge was once called electron. The magnitude of the elementary charge was first measured in Robert A. Millikan's noted oil drop experiment in 1909. [5] Quantization. Charge quantization is the principle that the charge of any object is an integer multiple of the ... 
Elementary Charge: Definition & Overview  Study.com
study.com/academy/lesson/elementarychargedefinitionoverview.html The current accepted value for the elementary charge is 1.602176565 x 1019 C, although 1.6 x 1019 C usually gives you results that are accurate enough for most problems. 
Electron charge  physics  Britannica
www.britannica.com/science/electroncharge Electron charge, (symbol e), fundamental physical constant expressing the naturally occurring unit of electric charge, equal to 1.602176634 × 10−19 coulomb. In addition to the electron, all freely existing charged subatomic particles thus far discovered have an electric charge equal to this value 
IUPAC  elementary charge (E02032)
goldbook.iupac.org/terms/view/E02032 Electromagnetic fundamental physical constant equal to the charge of a @P04906@ and used as @A00504@ of charge \(e = 1.602\ 176\ 487 \left(40\right)\times 10^{19}\ \text{C}\).