How many ampere second/volt in 1 farad [SI standard]?
The answer is 1.

We assume you are converting between **ampere second/volt** and **farad [SI standard]**.

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The SI derived unit for **capacitance** is the farad.

1 ampere second/volt is equal to 1 farad.

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1 ampere second/volt to farad [SI standard] = 1 farad [SI standard]

5 ampere second/volt to farad [SI standard] = 5 farad [SI standard]

10 ampere second/volt to farad [SI standard] = 10 farad [SI standard]

20 ampere second/volt to farad [SI standard] = 20 farad [SI standard]

30 ampere second/volt to farad [SI standard] = 30 farad [SI standard]

40 ampere second/volt to farad [SI standard] = 40 farad [SI standard]

50 ampere second/volt to farad [SI standard] = 50 farad [SI standard]

75 ampere second/volt to farad [SI standard] = 75 farad [SI standard]

100 ampere second/volt to farad [SI standard] = 100 farad [SI standard]

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The farad (symbol F) is the SI unit of capacitance (named after Michael Faraday). A capacitor has a value of one farad when one coulomb of charge causes a potential difference of one volt across it. Its equivalent expressions in other SI units are: Since the farad is a very large unit, values of capacitors are usually expressed in microfarads (?F), nanofarads (nF), or picofarads (pF). The picofarad is comically called a "puff" in laboratory usage.

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