# year (common) to svedberg conversion

Conversion number between year (common) [a, y, or yr] and svedberg [S] is 3.1536 × 10+20. This means, that year (common) is bigger unit than svedberg.

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### Enter the number in year (common):

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 [a, y, or yr]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in svedberg

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 year (common) = (exactly) (31536000) / (1*10^-13) = 3.1536 × 10+20 svedberg
• 1 svedberg = (exactly) (1*10^-13) / (31536000) = 3.1709791983765 × 10-21 year (common)
• ? year (common) × (31536000  ("s"/"year (common)")) / (1*10^-13  ("s"/"svedberg")) = ? svedberg

### High precision conversion

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

Decimal places: (0-800)

year (common)
Result in svedberg:
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### year (common) to svedberg conversion chart

 Start value: [year (common)] Step size [year (common)] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
year (common)svedberg
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103.1536 × 10+21
206.3072 × 10+21
309.4608 × 10+21
401.26144 × 10+22
501.5768 × 10+22
601.89216 × 10+22
702.20752 × 10+22
802.52288 × 10+22
902.83824 × 10+22
1003.1536 × 10+22
1103.46896 × 10+22
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about year (common) and svedberg units:

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### year (common)

Definition of year (common) unit: 365 d. The year commonly has 365 days (except the leap year)

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.

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