How many gigatonne in 1 atomic mass unit [1960]?
The answer is 1.6603145E-39.
We assume you are converting between gigatonne and atomic mass unit [1960].
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atomic mass unit [1960]
The SI base unit for mass is the kilogram.
1 kilogram is equal to 1.0E-12 gigatonne, or 6.0229552894949E+26 atomic mass unit [1960].
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Quick conversion chart of gigatonne to atomic mass unit [1960]

1 gigatonne to atomic mass unit [1960] = 6.0229552894949E+38 atomic mass unit [1960]

2 gigatonne to atomic mass unit [1960] = 1.204591057899E+39 atomic mass unit [1960]

3 gigatonne to atomic mass unit [1960] = 1.8068865868485E+39 atomic mass unit [1960]

4 gigatonne to atomic mass unit [1960] = 2.4091821157979E+39 atomic mass unit [1960]

5 gigatonne to atomic mass unit [1960] = 3.0114776447474E+39 atomic mass unit [1960]

6 gigatonne to atomic mass unit [1960] = 3.6137731736969E+39 atomic mass unit [1960]

7 gigatonne to atomic mass unit [1960] = 4.2160687026464E+39 atomic mass unit [1960]

8 gigatonne to atomic mass unit [1960] = 4.8183642315959E+39 atomic mass unit [1960]

9 gigatonne to atomic mass unit [1960] = 5.4206597605454E+39 atomic mass unit [1960]

10 gigatonne to atomic mass unit [1960] = 6.0229552894949E+39 atomic mass unit [1960]

The SI prefix "giga" represents a factor of
10^{9}, or in exponential notation, 1E9.

So 1 gigatonne = 10^{9} tonnes.

The definition of a tonne is as follows:

A tonne (also called metric ton) is a non-SI unit of mass, accepted for use with SI, defined as: 1 tonne = 1000 kg (= 10^{6} g).

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