CCL: a really silly question

You forgot to multiply all that by Na.K, Na being the Avogadro constant and
 K being 9.10^9 (Newton.meter ^2)/(Coulomb^2).
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 Richard Leo Wood <> escreveu no
 dia quinta, 12/05/2016 às 16:28:
 > Sent to CCL by: "Richard Leo Wood" [rwoodphd ~~]
 > I am trying to compute the electrostatic interaction for a pair of atoms
 > > from an energy minimized structure.
 > I have the charges on the two atoms as -0.47 and -0.55.  They are 3.15
 > Angstroms apart.  So, E = (-0.55*-0.45)e-38 C^2/3.15e-8 m.
 > I get 8.21e-32 C^2/m.  My question is how do I convert this to Joules?
 > Richard
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