Hello, We haven't covered capacitance in class yet, but our lab involves the use of capacitors, so I thought I'd throw out a general question. We were asked to use the MOS FET Electrometer to measure charge, and we were given the formula: Q = CV Where C is the capacitance, and V is the potential difference. C is measured in Farads and V in volts. I'm just confused because in the sample calculations provided by the lab handout, we had: Qinit = CV = 4.7x10^-9 [F] X 30 [V] = 141 [nF] How come the unit for charge ended up being in nanofarads, and not in coulombs or nanocoulombs or anything like that? Any clarifications would be appreciated!