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If the energy of a photon is absorbed by an electron, then the electron's energy increases and it "jumps" to a higher level. The charge of an electron DOES NOT change in the process, so, the charge of an electron is always constant.

Charge of an electron = - 1.609 × 10^{-19} coulombs, a NEGATIVE value.

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