›› Convert biot to franklin/second


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How many biot in 1 franklin/second? The answer is 3.335641E-11.
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The SI base unit for electric current is the ampere.
1 ampere is equal to 0.1 biot, or 2997924536.8431 franklin/second.
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1 biot to franklin/second = 29979245368.431 franklin/second

2 biot to franklin/second = 59958490736.863 franklin/second

3 biot to franklin/second = 89937736105.294 franklin/second

4 biot to franklin/second = 119916981473.73 franklin/second

5 biot to franklin/second = 149896226842.16 franklin/second

6 biot to franklin/second = 179875472210.59 franklin/second

7 biot to franklin/second = 209854717579.02 franklin/second

8 biot to franklin/second = 239833962947.45 franklin/second

9 biot to franklin/second = 269813208315.88 franklin/second

10 biot to franklin/second = 299792453684.31 franklin/second

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