History, Coulomb's Law, Applications, Electrolytic Cells
A coulomb (abbreviation: C) is the standard unit of charge in the metric system. It was named after the French physicist Charles A. de Coulomb (1736-1806) who formulated the law of electrical force that now carries his name.
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