Convert kilocalorie/hour to femtowatt - Conversion of Measurement Units

Convert kilocalorie/hour [I.T.] to femtowatt

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How many kilocalorie/hour in 1 femtowatt?
The answer is 8.5984522785899E-16.
We assume you are converting between kilocalorie/hour [I.T.] and femtowatt.
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The SI derived unit for power is the watt.
1 watt is equal to 0.85984522785899 kilocalorie/hour, or 1.0E+15 femtowatt.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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Quick conversion chart of kilocalorie/hour to femtowatt

1 kilocalorie/hour to femtowatt = 1.163E+15 femtowatt

2 kilocalorie/hour to femtowatt = 2.326E+15 femtowatt

3 kilocalorie/hour to femtowatt = 3.489E+15 femtowatt

4 kilocalorie/hour to femtowatt = 4.652E+15 femtowatt

5 kilocalorie/hour to femtowatt = 5.815E+15 femtowatt

6 kilocalorie/hour to femtowatt = 6.978E+15 femtowatt

7 kilocalorie/hour to femtowatt = 8.141E+15 femtowatt

8 kilocalorie/hour to femtowatt = 9.304E+15 femtowatt

9 kilocalorie/hour to femtowatt = 1.0467E+16 femtowatt

10 kilocalorie/hour to femtowatt = 1.163E+16 femtowatt

The SI prefix "femto" represents a factor of
10^{-15}, or in exponential notation, 1E-15.

So 1 femtowatt = 10^{-15} watts.

The definition of a watt is as follows:

The watt (symbol: W) is the SI derived unit for power. It is equivalent to one joule per second (1 J/s), or in electrical units, one volt ampere (1 V·A).

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