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1 eV = 10-9 eV GeV
1 GeV = 109 eV
If we want to convert 4 electron-volts in gigaelectron-volts, then we will proceed as following:
E(GeV) = E(eV) / 109 = 4 eV / 109 4 × 10-9 GeV
Definition of electron-volt provided by Dictionary.com
a unit of energy, equal to the energy acquired by an electron accelerating through a potential difference of one volt and equivalent to 1.602 × 10 −19joules.
Definition of gigaelectron-volt provided by TheFreeDictionary.com
a unit of energy, equal to one billion electron volts (109 eV). Abbr.: GeV
Electron-volts (eV) and Gigaelectron-volts (GeV) are two energy units. Electron-volts and Gigaelectron-volts units are used in various fields of activity such as physics, chemistry and other industries. This calculator is useful both for those who’s working in these fields of activity but also for students who study energies as Electron-volts and Gigaelectron-volts at school.
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