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What is tera-electron volt?

The teraelectronvolt (or tera-electron volt) is a unit of energy equal to 1.60217656535x10-7 joules (1 TeV = 1.60217656535x10-7 J), the SI derived unit of energy. It is also equal to 160.217656535 nanojoules (nJ), or 1.60217656535x10-4 millijoules (mJ), or 1.60217656535x10-10 kilojoules (kJ), or 1012 electronvolts (eV) or 109 kiloelectronvolts (keV).

One teraelectronvolt (TeV) is equal to 1012 electronvolts (eV). The electronvolt is the kinetic energy gained by a free electron when it travels through a potential difference of one volt.

The teraelectronvolt is used in physics for measuring the energies of elementary particles.

Note:
The SI is an abbreviation for the International System of Units.

Symbol:

TeV

Plural:

tera-electron volts

Also known as:

teraelectron-volt (plural: teraelectron-volts), tera-electron volt (plural: tera-electron volts)

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A list with conversions from tera-electron volts to other (metric, imperial, or customary) energy measurement units is given below.