Origin of coulomb
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The capacity of a conductor or condenser whose potential is raised by one volt when given a charge of one coulomb.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
The capacity of a condenser which would contain a charge of one coulomb under one volt pressure is the farad.
The coulomb is defined as the quantity of electricity delivered by a current of one ampere during one second.Physics|Willis Eugene Tower
After the Coulomb difficulty there was a cessation almost entirely of these phenomena in the Theosophical Society.London Lectures of 1907|Annie Besant
So in electricity, a given amount of the current, say one coulomb, may be obtained in a second or in an hour.