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 [Formula: ft-lb = eV x 1.2E-19]   [Printer friendly]  [Foot-pounds to Electron volts] eV   ft-lb
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# Electron volts to Foot-pounds Conversion Table

 eV  =  1.2E-19 ft-lb

# How to convert from Electron volts to Foot-pounds

Since 1 electron volt is equal to 1.2E-19 foot-pounds, we could say that n electron volts are equal to 1.2E-19 times n foot-pounds. In other words, we could use the following formula:

foot-pounds = electron volts x 1.2E-19

For example, let's say that we want to convert 2 electron volts to foot-pounds. Then, we just replace electron volts in the abovementioned formula with 2:

foot-pounds = 2 x 1.2E-19

That is, 2 electron volts are equal to 2.4e-19 foot-pounds.