Planck time to atomic unit of time conversion

Conversion number between Planck time and atomic unit of time [au] is 2.2287795827677 × 10-27. This means, that Planck time is smaller unit than atomic unit of time.

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Planck time
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Planck timeatomic unit of time
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102.2287795827677 × 10-26
204.4575591655354 × 10-26
306.686338748303 × 10-26
408.9151183310707 × 10-26
501.1143897913838 × 10-25
601.3372677496606 × 10-25
701.5601457079374 × 10-25
801.7830236662141 × 10-25
902.0059016244909 × 10-25
1002.2287795827677 × 10-25
1102.4516575410444 × 10-25
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Planck time

Definition of Planck time unit: ≡ ( Gℏ⁄c5) 1⁄2. It is the time required for light to travel in a vacuum a distance of 1 Planck length, approximately 5.39 × 10−44 s.

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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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