Unit dAs
Name deciampere-second
Category Electric Charge
Details In the field of electric charge, the unit deciampere-second (dAs) represents a submultiple of the amount of electric charge that flows in a circuit when a current of one ampere passes through it for a duration of one second.

A deciampere (dA) is equal to one-tenth (1/10) of an ampere (A), so a deciampere-second implies that a current of 1/10 of an ampere (0.1 A) flows through the circuit for a total of one second.

Since the basic unit of electric charge is the coulomb (C), which is defined as the charge transported by a constant current of 1 ampere in 1 second, the dAs can be expressed in coulombs as well. One dAs is equal to 0.1 coulombs, as a current of 0.1 A flows in the circuit for 1 s (0.1 A × 1 s = 0.1 C).

In summary, the deciampere-second (dAs) is a unit of electric charge that represents the charge transferred in a circuit when a current of 0.1 ampere flows for a duration of one second. It is equal to 0.1 coulombs (C) of electric charge.
dAs(deciampere-second) to aAh(attoampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to aAs(attoampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to abC(abcoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to aC(attocoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to Ah(ampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to As(ampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to C(coulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to cAh(centiampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to cAs(centiampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to cC(centicoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to daAh(decaampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to daAs(decaampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to daC(decacoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to dAh(deciampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to dC(decicoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to EAh(exaampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to EAs(exaampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to EC(exacoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to fAh(femtoampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to fAs(femtoampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to fC(femtocoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to GAh(gigaampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to GAs(gigaampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to GC(gigacoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to hAh(hectoampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to hAs(hectoampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to hC(hectocoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to kAh(kiloampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to kAs(kiloampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to kC(kilocoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to MAh(megaampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to mAh(milliampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to MAs(megaampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to mAs(milliampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to MC(megacoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to mC(millicoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to nAh(nanoampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to nAs(nanoampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to nC(nanocoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to PAh(petaampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to pAh(picoampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to PAs(petaampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to pAs(picoampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to PC(petacoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to pC(picocoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to TAh(teraampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to TAs(teraampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to TC(teracoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to yAh(yoctoampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to YAh(yottaampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to yAs(yoctoampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to YAs(yottaampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to yC(yoctocoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to YC(yottacoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to zAh(zeptoampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to ZAh(zettaampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to zAs(zeptoampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to ZAs(zettaampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to zC(zeptocoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to ZC(zettacoulomb)dAs(deciampere-second) to µAh(microampere-hour)dAs(deciampere-second) to µAs(microampere-second)dAs(deciampere-second) to µC(microcoulomb)