How many tonne of oil equivalent in 1 electron volt?
The answer is 3.8267347377472E-30.

We assume you are converting between **tonne of oil equivalent** and **electronvolt**.

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The SI derived unit for **energy** is the joule.

1 joule is equal to 2.388458966275E-11 tonne of oil equivalent, or 6.2415064799632E+18 electron volt.

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Use this page to learn how to convert between tonne of oil equivalent and electronvolts.

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1 tonne of oil equivalent to electron volt = 2.613193933031E+29 electron volt

2 tonne of oil equivalent to electron volt = 5.226387866062E+29 electron volt

3 tonne of oil equivalent to electron volt = 7.839581799093E+29 electron volt

4 tonne of oil equivalent to electron volt = 1.0452775732124E+30 electron volt

5 tonne of oil equivalent to electron volt = 1.3065969665155E+30 electron volt

6 tonne of oil equivalent to electron volt = 1.5679163598186E+30 electron volt

7 tonne of oil equivalent to electron volt = 1.8292357531217E+30 electron volt

8 tonne of oil equivalent to electron volt = 2.0905551464248E+30 electron volt

9 tonne of oil equivalent to electron volt = 2.3518745397279E+30 electron volt

10 tonne of oil equivalent to electron volt = 2.613193933031E+30 electron volt

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In physics, the electron volt (eV) is a unit of energy. By definition, it is equal to the amount of kinetic energy gained by a single unbound electron when it accelerates through an electrostatic potential difference of one volt.

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