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1,602 ×10^−19 C write to SI Unit Prefixes

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In summary, the conversation discusses SI unit prefixes and converting 1,602 ×10^−19 C to different units. The expert clarifies the meaning of SI unit prefixes and provides an explanation for converting to atto C. The conversation ends with the expert understanding the conversion and suggesting to multiply the excess to get the desired unit.

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1,602 ×10^−19 C write to SI Unit Prefixes

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I'm not really sure what you mean when say 'SI unit prefixes' - perhaps you want to rewrite ##1.602 \times 10^{-19}\ \text{C}## as ##16.02\ \text{atto C}##, or perhaps as ##1\ \text{eV}## ??

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Im sorry, I mean I just want a simple answer and requesting for some explanations why.failexam said:Let me try and see if I understand your query - you say you have a simple question, but that you would require a detailed response, rather than a short answer. Am I right?

I'm not really sure what you mean when say 'SI unit prefixes' - perhaps you want to rewrite ##1.602 \times 10^{-19} C## as ##16.02 \text{atto} C##, or perhaps as ##1 eV## ??

and to your answer, if we will base it on Unit Prefixes. Atto is -18 not -19 , can you explain this? sorry having trouble understanding this part of SI Units.Prefix Symbol Exponent Prefix Symbol Exponentyotta Y 1024 yocto y 10−24

zetta Z 1021 zepto z 10−21

exa E 1018 atto a 10−18

peta P 1015 femto f 10−15

tera T 1012 pico p 10−12

giga G 109 nano n 10−9

mega M 106 micro μ 10−6

kilo k 103 milli m 10−3

hecto h 102 centi c 10−2

deca da 101 deci d 10−1

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So, I was wrong the first time round!

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Oh okay, so if that the case you just have to multiply the excess ?

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Exactly!

Multiply the excess ##10^{-1}## with ##1.602##.

Multiply the excess ##10^{-1}## with ##1.602##.

To convert 1,602 ×10^−19 C to SI Unit Prefixes, you will need to use the proper conversion factors. First, move the decimal point to the left until there is only one non-zero digit to the left of the decimal point. This will give you the number in scientific notation. Then, use the appropriate prefix to represent the power of 10. In this case, you would use the prefix atto (a), which represents 10^-18. Therefore, 1,602 ×10^−19 C would be equal to 1.602 aC.

The SI unit prefix for 10^-19 is atto (a). This prefix represents 10^-18 and is denoted by the letter "a". Therefore, 1,602 ×10^−19 C would be equal to 1.602 aC.

To convert from atto (a) to coulombs (C), you will need to use the proper conversion factor. One atto (a) is equal to 10^-18 coulombs (C). Therefore, to convert from atto (a) to coulombs (C), you would need to multiply the value in atto by 10^-18. For example, 1 atto (a) would be equal to 1 × 10^-18 C.

SI unit prefixes are used to represent very large or very small numbers in scientific measurements. They make it easier to write and understand these numbers without needing to use too many digits. This helps to prevent errors and allows for more precise and accurate measurements.

Yes, SI unit prefixes can be used for all types of measurements. They are commonly used in measurements of length, mass, time, and electric charge, among others. They can also be used in scientific calculations to represent very large or very small values in a more efficient way.

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