Just like the answer to mole is amount of atoms in 12 grams of carbon12. I wonder, is there a reason behind the amount of electrons in a coulomb?
What Nabeshin said is correct. Did you know that the ampere is a fundamental base unit in the SI system and the Coulomb is not? Funny huh?
Amok wasn't trying to say they are the same. The thing is, we are free to choose one quantity, and only one, in electromagnetism for the purpose of defining all electromagnetic units. Much as one defines the meter, second, and kilogram as base units, and then the units for velocity (m/s), force (Newtons = kg*m/s2), etc. are all defined in terms of just the base units.Well, they don't really represent the same thing if I got it right. Coulomb is an amount, regardless of time. Whereas ampere is an amount with respect to time. So, they're not really convertible I think.
Actually, she wasn't really asking about the mole. Just using it for comparison purposes, asking if there was perhaps a similar relation between the Coulomb and the electron charge. At least I think that was Femme_physics's intent.And about the mole question, you answered it yourself...