svedberg to day (sidereal) conversion

Conversion number between svedberg [S] and day (sidereal) [d (sidereal)] is 1.1605762839708 × 10-18. This means, that svedberg is smaller unit than day (sidereal).

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svedbergday (sidereal)
101.1605762839708 × 10-17
202.3211525679417 × 10-17
303.4817288519125 × 10-17
404.6423051358833 × 10-17
505.8028814198541 × 10-17
606.963457703825 × 10-17
708.1240339877958 × 10-17
809.2846102717666 × 10-17
901.0445186555737 × 10-16
1001.1605762839708 × 10-16
1101.2766339123679 × 10-16
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Definition of svedberg unit: ≡ 10−13 s. The svedberg is actually a measure of time; it is defined as exactly 10−13 seconds (100 fs). It is often used to reflect the rate at which a molecule travels to the bottom of a test tube under the centrifugal force of a centrifuge.

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day (sidereal)

Definition of day (sidereal) unit: ≈ 23 h, 56 min, 4.0916 sec. A sidereal day is the time needed for the Earth to rotate once around its axis so that the distant stars appear in the same position in the sky. This is ~4 minutes shorter than the solar day.

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