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2023-02-24

How to convert 13.6 electron volts to joules?

Marin Valencia

So the energy in joules ${E}_{\left(J\right)}$ equals the energy measured in electron-volts. ${E}_{\left(eV\right)}$ times $1.602176565\cdot {10}^{-19}$:
${E}_{\left(J\right)}={E}_{\left(eV\right)}×1.602176565\cdot {10}^{-19}$
$13.6eV=13.6x1.602176565×{10}^{-19}$
=$21.78×{10}^{-19J}$

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