[Value of zF] = [Value of nF] * 1000000000000
[Value of nF] = [Value of zF] / 1000000000000
A nanofarad (nF) is a unit of capacitance in the field of electronics and electrical engineering. Capacitance is the ability of a component or a device to store an electrical charge. The basic unit of capacitance is the farad (F).
A nanofarad is equal to one-billionth (10^-9) of a farad, symbolized with 'nF'. In other words, 1 nF equals 0.000000001 farads or 1 x 10^-9 F. Capacitors with capacitance values in the nanofarad range are commonly used in various electronic circuits, such as filters, oscillators, and coupling circuits between different stages of amplifiers.
In the field of capacitance, a zeptofarad (zF) is a unit of measurement for capacitance. It is a derived unit in the International System of Units (SI) and is equal to 10^(-21) farads. Capacitance is the ability of an electrical component or device to store electrical charge when a potential difference (voltage) is applied across its terminals. The basic unit of capacitance is the farad (F), and the zeptofarad is one of many smaller units derived from the farad to describe smaller capacitance values.
A zeptofarad is an incredibly small unit of capacitance and is generally not used in real-world applications. Instead, it serves as a theoretical reference value when discussing extremely small capacitance components or experiments related to nanotechnology or quantum electronics.
A zettafarad (ZF) is a unit of capacitance in the International System of Units (SI). Capacitance is the ability of a component or device, such as a capacitor, to store electric charge when a voltage is applied across it.
A farad (F) is the basic unit of capacitance, defined as the capacitance that stores 1 coulomb (C) of electric charge when a voltage of 1 volt (V) is applied across the capacitor. The zettafarad (ZF) is an SI prefix denoting 10^21 times the base unit, which means that 1 zettafarad is equal to 10^21 farads (1 ZF = 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 F).
Zettafarad is an extremely large unit of capacitance and is typically not encountered in practical engineering applications, as most capacitances are in the range of picofarads (pF = 10^(-12)F), nanofarads (nF = 10^(-9)F), or microfarads (µF = 10^(-6)F).
nF and zF Conversion Mapping Table