# Calculating charge given current and capacitance over time

I it possible to calculate the charge on a capacitor when only having the current, time and capacitance value?

I tried using this formula to first calculate the voltage and from there the charge. But in this formula I'm missing the initial voltage V0. would the resistance formula be $$\V = \dfrac{1}{C} \cdot \int_{} idt+v0\$$?

• The initial voltage determines the initial charge. Without it, you don't know the starting charge. You can still compute the change in charge without the initial voltage or charge, but not the absolute value. – jonk Apr 18 '19 at 19:02