1 E-9 s

Cet article liste des exemples de temps de l'ordre de 10-9 s, soit 1 nanoseconde, afin de comparer différents ordres de grandeur.

Exemples

  • 1 × 10-9 s : 1 nanoseconde.
  • 1 × 10-9 s : période d'un signal de fréquence 1 GHz, onde radio de longueur d'onde 0,3 m
  • 3,335640951 × 10-9 s : temps nécessaire à la lumière pour parcourir un mètre dans le vide (c’est-à-dire en 1/299 792 458 seconde, par définition du mètre).

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