Conversion number between **svedberg** [S] and
**year (Julian)** [a, y, or yr] is **3.1688087814029 × 10 ^{-21}**.
This means, that svedberg is smaller unit than year (Julian).

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- 1 svedberg = (exactly) `(1*10^-13) / (31557600)` =
**3.1688087814029 × 10**year (Julian)^{-21} - 1 year (Julian) = (exactly) `(31557600) / (1*10^-13)` =
**3.15576 × 10**svedberg^{+20} - ? svedberg × `(1*10^-13 ("s"/"svedberg")) / (31557600 ("s"/"year (Julian)"))` =
**?**year (Julian)

If conversion between **svedberg to second** and **second to year (Julian)** is exactly definied, high precision conversion from svedberg to year (Julian) is enabled.

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svedbergResult in

Start value: | [svedberg] |

Step size | [svedberg] |

How many lines? | (max 100) |

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svedberg | year (Julian) |
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0 | 0 |

10 | 3.1688087814029 × 10^{-20} |

20 | 6.3376175628058 × 10^{-20} |

30 | 9.5064263442087 × 10^{-20} |

40 | 1.2675235125612 × 10^{-19} |

50 | 1.5844043907014 × 10^{-19} |

60 | 1.9012852688417 × 10^{-19} |

70 | 2.218166146982 × 10^{-19} |

80 | 2.5350470251223 × 10^{-19} |

90 | 2.8519279032626 × 10^{-19} |

100 | 3.1688087814029 × 10^{-19} |

110 | 3.4856896595432 × 10^{-19} |

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Convert **Svedberg to other unit:**

### svedberg

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.

Convert **Year (Julian) to other unit:**

### year (Julian)

Definition of year (Julian) unit: = 365.25 d average. The basic calendar year has 365 days, but in fact the Earth needs a little more time around the sun. The Julian calendar compensated this with leap year (every fourth year had 366 days). According to the formula, a Julian year has 365 + 1/4 = 365.25 days. But even with this compensation, the astronomical year slip 0.78 days every 100 years into real seasons. Therefore, most countries have moved to the Gregorian calendar introduced in 1582.

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