vElectric Field Intensity

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This electric field intensity conversion equation converts some input amount of electric field intensity into other units of electric field intensity.

Usage:

Electric Field Intensity is the strength of an electric field. It is defined as the force per unit charge experienced by a small charge placed at a specified point or location. The common unit of measurement is the volt/meter.

The units of electric field intensity supported by vCalc for conversion are:

• N/C   (newtons per coulomb)
• kgf/C (kilogram force per coulomb)
• lbf/C (pound force per coulomb)
• V/m  (Volt per meter)
• V/ft   (Volt per foot)
• V/in (Volt per inch)

To perform conversion, enter the numeric number of units you want to convert and pull-down the menu to select the units associated with your input value.

The results will be displayed in the default electric field intensity units and you can pull-down the units selection menu to change the output units to your desired converted units.

For example: if you enter 205.8 and leave the default input units as N/C as your input electric filed intensity unit, the display will show a resultant 205.8 N/C output.  If you then select V/ft as your output units, the units are automatically converted to 62.72784  V/ft.

Example: if you enter 1000 and select V/in as input units, you can convert to kgf/C  by simply selecting kgf/C as the output unit. vCalc would convert 1000 BTU/mol to 4014.63075975562 kgf/C.