Translation of coulomb in Spanish:

coulomb

culombio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkuːlɒm//ˈkuˌloʊm//ˈkuˌlɑm/

noun

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    culombio masculine
    • One faraday of electricity is equal to one mole of electrons, which is equal to 96,487 coulombs of electricity.
    • The charge of an electron is negative 1.6 times 10 to the negative 19 coulombs.
    • Fifteen chloride ions were added to neutralize the system by replacing water molecules at the positions of lowest coulomb potential.
    • The most dramatic is cloud-to-ground, often seen as forked lightning, which accounts for about 20 per cent of discharges and typically transfers tens of coulombs of negative charge from the cloud.
    • Although this is not as accurate as a full treatment of the coulomb forces using a lattice - sum method, it is much cheaper and has been tested with the forcefield and algorithms used in these simulations.