Finding the Number of Electrons that Pass Through a Conductor with a Known Current in Some Time Interval

• 1.

Calculate the number of electrons passing through the cross-section of a conductor if {eq}2 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through it for {eq}5 {/eq} seconds.

• {eq}5.14 \times 10^{19} {/eq}

• {eq}6.25 \times 10^{19} {/eq}

• {eq}2.23 \times 10^{19} {/eq}

• {eq}5.26 \times 10^{19} {/eq}

• 2.

How many electrons will pass through a conductor in {eq}2 {/eq} seconds if {eq}3 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through it?

• {eq}2.25 \times 10^{19} {/eq}

• {eq}3.75 \times 10^{19} {/eq}

• {eq}6.25 \times 10^{19} {/eq}

• {eq}4.15 \times 10^{19} {/eq}

• 3.

Determine the number of electrons passing through a conductor if in {eq}5 {/eq} seconds if {eq}4 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through.

• {eq}1.25 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}3.25 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}6.25 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}5.25 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 4.

If {eq}5.2 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge is flowing through a conductor, how many electrons will through it in {eq}10 {/eq} seconds?

• {eq}3.25 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}5.19 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}6.18 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}3.75 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 5.

Choose the correct option. What will be the number of electrons flowing through a conductor in {eq}13 {/eq} seconds if the charge flowing through the conductor is {eq}6 \ \rm C/s? {/eq}

• {eq}5.23 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}6.14 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}5.29 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}4.88 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 6.

Estimate the number of electrons flowing through a conductor in {eq}12 {/eq} seconds when it is known that the change flowing through the conductor is {eq}10 \ \rm C/s {/eq}.

• {eq}7.50 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}6.28 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}5.60 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}2.90 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 7.

The number of electrons flowing through a conductor wire is {eq}\underline{\hspace{2cm}} {/eq} in {eq}8 {/eq} seconds if {eq}15 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through the wire.

• {eq}6.50 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}7.50 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}5.50 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}7.00 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 8.

Fill in the blank with the help of the given options.

If {eq}12 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through a copper wire, {eq}\underline{\hspace{2cm}} {/eq} electrons will flow through it in {eq}7 {/eq} seconds.

• {eq}4.25 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}6.25 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}7.25 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}5.25 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 9.

In an experiment, {eq}13 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through the conductor wire. Work out the number of electrons flowing that flows through the conductor in {eq}20 {/eq} seconds.

• {eq}1.62 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}2.53 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}2.63 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}2.23 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 10.

Figure out how many electrons will flow through an aluminum wire in {eq}20 {/eq} seconds. It is given that {eq}25 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through the wire.

• {eq}5.13 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}3.12 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}2.13 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}4.13 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 11.

Calculate the number of electrons passing through the cross-section of a conductor if {eq}5 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through it for {eq}10 {/eq} seconds.

• {eq}5.68 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}3.12 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}1.59 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}4.25 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 12.

How many electrons will pass through a conductor in {eq}14 {/eq} seconds if {eq}7 \ \rm C/s {/eq} charge flows through it?

• {eq}6.12 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}8.87 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}4.98 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}4.56 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 13.

Determine the number of electrons passing through a conductor if in {eq}16 {/eq} seconds {eq}8 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through.

• {eq}7.00 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}8.00 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}9.00 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}6.00 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 14.

If {eq}5 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge is flowing through a conductor, how many electrons will through it in {eq}15 {/eq} seconds?

• {eq}5.39 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}1.29 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}2.59 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}4.69 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 15.

Choose the correct option. What will be the number of electrons flowing through a conductor in {eq}24 {/eq} seconds if the charge flowing through the conductor is {eq}12 \ \rm C/s? {/eq}

• {eq}2.63 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}1.80 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}1.87 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}6.98 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 16.

Estimate the number of electrons flowing through a conductor in {eq}14 {/eq} seconds when it is known that the change flowing through the conductor is {eq}14 \ \rm C/s {/eq}.

• {eq}2.63 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}1.43 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}1.22 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}2.92 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 17.

The number of electrons flowing through a conductor wire is {eq}\underline{\hspace{2cm}} {/eq} in {eq}6 {/eq} seconds if {eq}12 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through the wire.

• {eq}4.20 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}4.98 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}4.65 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}4.50 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 18.

Fill in the blank with the help of the given options.

If {eq}50 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through a copper wire, {eq}\underline{\hspace{2cm}} {/eq} electrons will flow through it in {eq}10 {/eq} seconds.

• {eq}8.87 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}3.12 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}1.42 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}4.93 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 19.

In an experiment, {eq}25 \ \rm C/s {/eq} charge flows through the conductor wire. Work out the number of electrons flowing that flows through the conductor in {eq}50 {/eq} seconds.

• {eq}8.98 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}6.65 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}7.81 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}4.32 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 20.

Figure out how many electrons will flow through an aluminum wire in {eq}13 {/eq} seconds. It is given that {eq}23 \ \rm C/s {/eq} charge flows through the wire.

• {eq}2.87 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}1.87 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}4.57 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}5.64 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 21.

Calculate the number of electrons passing through the cross-section of a conductor if {eq}25 \ \rm C/s {/eq} charge flows through it for {eq}15 {/eq} seconds.

• {eq}2.34 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}3.69 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}4.68 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}1.54 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 22.

How many electrons will pass through the conductor in {eq}20 {/eq} seconds if {eq}40 \ \rm C/s {/eq} charge flows through it?

• {eq}5.99 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}5.24 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}5.00 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}5.68 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 23.

Determine the number of electrons passing through a conductor if in {eq}9 {/eq} seconds {eq}12 \ \rm C/s {/eq} charge flows through.

• {eq}6.75 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}5.96 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}7.65 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}8.82 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 24.

If {eq}16 \ \rm C/s {/eq} charge is flowing through a conductor, how many electrons will move through it in {eq}12 {/eq} seconds?

• {eq}4.22 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}1.20 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}6.35 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}5.65 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 25.

Choose the correct option. What will be the number of electrons flowing through a conductor in {eq}10 {/eq} seconds if the charge flowing through the conductor is {eq}8 \ \rm C/s? {/eq}

• {eq}5.00 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}5.65 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}5.90 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}5.82 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 26.

Estimate the number of electrons flowing through a conductor in {eq}9 {/eq} seconds when it is known that the change flowing through the conductor is {eq}3 \ \rm C/s {/eq}.

• {eq}4.85 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}2.65 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}1.69 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• {eq}5.29 \times 10^{20} {/eq}

• 27.

The number of electrons flowing through a conducting wire is {eq}\underline{\hspace{2cm}} {/eq} in {eq}13 {/eq} seconds if {eq}16 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through the wire.

• {eq}2.49 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}5.26 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}8.25 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}1.30 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 28.

Fill in the blank with the help of the given options.

If {eq}52 \ \rm C/s {/eq} of charge flows through a copper wire, {eq}\underline{\hspace{2cm}} {/eq} electrons will flow through it in {eq}13 {/eq} seconds.

• {eq}4.88 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}4.39 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}4.22 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}4.01 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 29.

In an experiment, {eq}36 \ \rm C/s {/eq} charge flows through the conductor wire. Work out the number of electrons flowing that flows through the conductor in {eq}12 {/eq} seconds.

• {eq}5.55 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}3.69 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}2.70 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• {eq}1.20 \times 10^{21} {/eq}

• 30.

Figure out how many electrons will flow through an aluminum wire in {eq}24 {/eq} seconds. It is given that {eq}48 \ \rm C/s {/eq} charge flows through the wire.