Is it is possible to have charge of 7.2*10^-19 c?, Physics

No;(Personal Note:Please Rate this and let me know if this helps)

Reason: From the quantisation of charge charactersistic, we can say that charge comes in integral multiple of e (e=1.6*10^-19).

Now, as 7.2/1.6=4.5=>not an integer=>Not possible.

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No, Because the electron has 1.6*10^-19 and  this charge is about 4.5 electrins. 4.5 electrons are not possible.

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