# revolutions per second to terahertz conversion

Conversion number between revolutions per second [rps] and terahertz [THz] is 1.0 × 10-12. This means, that revolutions per second is smaller unit than terahertz.

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from terahertz to revolutions per second conversion

### Enter the number in revolutions per second:

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [rps]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in terahertz

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 precision 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 [info] Decimal: Exponential:

### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 revolutions per second = (exactly) (1) / (1*10^12) = 1.0 × 10-12 terahertz
• 1 terahertz = (exactly) (1*10^12) / (1) = 1000000000000 revolutions per second
• ? revolutions per second × (1  ("Hz"/"revolutions per second")) / (1*10^12  ("Hz"/"terahertz")) = ? terahertz

### High precision conversion

If conversion between revolutions per second to hertz and hertz to terahertz is exactly definied, high precision conversion from revolutions per second to terahertz is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

revolutions per second
Result in terahertz:
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### revolutions per second to terahertz conversion chart

 Start value: [revolutions per second] Step size [revolutions per second] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
revolutions per secondterahertz
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101.0 × 10-11
202.0 × 10-11
303.0 × 10-11
404.0 × 10-11
505.0 × 10-11
606.0 × 10-11
707.0 × 10-11
808.0 × 10-11
909.0 × 10-11
1001.0 × 10-10
1101.1 × 10-10
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## Multiple conversion

Enter numbers in revolutions per second and click convert button.
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Converted numbers in terahertz:
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## Details about revolutions per second and terahertz units:

Convert Revolutions per second to other unit:

### revolutions per second

Definition of revolutions per second unit: = 1 Hz. Number of revolutions in one second period. Value is equal to Hertz: 1 rps = 1 Hz.

Convert Terahertz to other unit:

### terahertz

Definition of terahertz unit: = 1012 Hz. 1 THz is the number of cycles in 10-12 seconds. Used for high-speed events (they are no longer mechanical events, but electromagnetic). 