Volts to Electron Volts (eV) Converter

Volt is the unit to measure electric potential. Electrical potential is a type of potential energy. The symbol of volt is v. The amount of energy gained or lost when an electron passing across 1 volt is the electron volt (eV). Electron volt is a unit of energy equal to approximately 160 zeptojoules. The electronvolt is not an SI unit. In this online Volts to Electron Volts (eV) Converter, convert 'V' to 'eV' with the value of elementary charge.

Convert Volts to Electron Volts (eV) with Elementary Charge

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Volt is the unit to measure electric potential. Electrical potential is a type of potential energy. The symbol of volt is v. The amount of energy gained or lost when an electron passing across 1 volt is the electron volt (eV). Electron volt is a unit of energy equal to approximately 160 zeptojoules. The electronvolt is not an SI unit. In this online Volts to Electron Volts (eV) Converter, convert 'V' to 'eV' with the value of elementary charge.

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Formula:

E = V x Q Where, E = ElectronVolt V = Volt Q = Elementary Charge

Example:

An electron passing at a voltage of 50 V with a elementary charge of 120 e.

Volts to Electron Volts (eV) Conversion:

E = V x Q
= 50 x 120
= 6000 eV

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