Is there a constant value for $E$, in terms of $E=F/Q$, in units of $V/m$ or $N/C$, assuming the distance is negligible? (Virtually touching?)
What is the value of E in E=F/Q if the Q is the elementary charge; say an electron, and (again) the distance is virtually nil?
EDIT: What is the value of F for an electron or proton? In Newtons?
How many Newtons are there for a single Coulomb of charge? (Assuming, as always, negligible distance.... Or perhaps 1 meter, the SI unit for V/m....)