Electric Field Units
The electric field units in the electric field converter are abvolt/centimeter, kilovolt/centimeter, kilovolt/inch, kilovolt/meter, microvolt/meter, millivolt/meter, newton/coulomb, statvolt/centimeter, statvolt/inch, volt/centimeter, volt/inch and volt/meter.
The metric unit of electrical field is newton per coulomb which is equal to 1 volt per meter. The other common electrical field units are kilovolt per meter, millivolt per meter, volt per inch and newton per coulomb.
What is Electric Field?
The electric field is the electric force per electric charge unit. It's originated from the positive charge (proton) and end up at the negative charge (electron).
The electric field calculation formula: E (Electric field) = F (Electric force) / Q (Electric charge)
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