atomic unit of time to second conversion

Conversion number between atomic unit of time [au] and second [s] is 2.418884326509 × 10-17. This means, that atomic unit of time is smaller unit than second.

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atomic unit of timesecond
102.418884326509 × 10-16
204.837768653018 × 10-16
307.256652979527 × 10-16
409.675537306036 × 10-16
501.2094421632545 × 10-15
601.4513305959054 × 10-15
701.6932190285563 × 10-15
801.9351074612072 × 10-15
902.1769958938581 × 10-15
1002.418884326509 × 10-15
1102.6607727591599 × 10-15
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atomic unit of time

Definition of atomic unit of time unit: ≡ a0/(α·c). This is the smallest meaningful time unit under which an electron takes a circle on the first Bohr pitch divided by 2π.

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Definition of second unit: ≡ 1 s. SI base unit. The second is the duration of 9 192 631 770 periods of the radiation corresponding to the transition between the two hyperfine levels of the ground state of the cesium 133 atom at 0 K temperature.

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