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Distance From Charge Calculator

The online calculator for calculating the distance from the charge helps you calculate the distance from the charge if you know: the charge and the electric field strength at a given point. Units of measurement can include any Si prefix. The calculator automatically converts one unit to another and gives a detailed solution.

Distance r From Charge if Known: Charge q and Electric Field Strength E at a Given Point

The distance from the charge q The distance r from the charge is equal to the square root of the quotient, where the numerator is the product of the electrostatic constant k and the charge q, and the denominator is the electric field strength E. Electrostatic constant k = 8.9875517873681764 × 109. The SI unit of distance is - Meter (m).
Charge q =
Electric Field Strength E =
The SI unit of distance r

Also, to calculate the distance r between charges, you can use the Coulomb's Law calculator.

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