Unit | fV |
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Name | femtovolt |

Category | Electric Potential |

Details | The femtovolt (fV) is a unit of electric potential, which is also known as voltage. It is a part of the International System of Units (SI) and is derived from the base unit of voltage, the volt (V). One femtovolt is equal to 10^-15 volts, or 0.000000000000001 volts. In the field of electric potential, voltage measures the difference in electric potential energy between two points in a circuit or an electric field. The femtovolt, being such a small unit, is often used to measure very low voltages or potential differences, such as the ones encountered in nanotechnology, sensitive electronic circuits, and biological processes. |

fV(femtovolt) to abV(abvolt)fV(femtovolt) to aV(attovolt)fV(femtovolt) to cV(centivolt)fV(femtovolt) to daV(decavolt)fV(femtovolt) to dV(decivolt)fV(femtovolt) to EV(exavolt)fV(femtovolt) to GV(gigavolt)fV(femtovolt) to hV(hectovolt)fV(femtovolt) to kV(kilovolt)fV(femtovolt) to MV(megavolt)fV(femtovolt) to mV(millivolt)fV(femtovolt) to nV(nanovolt)fV(femtovolt) to PV(petavolt)fV(femtovolt) to pV(picovolt)fV(femtovolt) to statV(statvolt)fV(femtovolt) to TV(teravolt)fV(femtovolt) to V(volt)fV(femtovolt) to yV(yoctovolt)fV(femtovolt) to YV(yottavolt)fV(femtovolt) to ZV(zettavolt)fV(femtovolt) to zV(zeptovolt)fV(femtovolt) to µV(microvolt)