# Electron Volt to Newton-Meter Conversion

## Electron Volt to Newton-Meter Conversion - Convert Electron Volt to Newton-Meter (El V to N∙m)

### You are currently converting Energy units from Electron Volt to Newton-Meter

1 Electron Volt (El V)

=

0 Newton-Meter (N∙m)

Electron Volt : Electron volt (also written electronvolt) is a measurement unit of energy equal to 1.602176565(35)×10−19 J. It is defined as the amount of energy gained ( or lost) by the charge of a single electron moved across an electric potential difference of one volt. The electron volt is not SI unit, but commonly used in atomic and unclear physics, also commonly used with the SI prefixes milli-, kilo-, mega-, etc.

Newton-Meter : A newton metre, or newton-metre (also called "moment") is a unit of torque in the SI system. It is equal to the torque resulting from a force of one newton applied perpendicularly to a moment arm which is one metre long. The symbol of newton-metre is N m or N•m. It is also a less commonly used unit of energy, or work, is equal to one joule.

### Energy Conversion Calculator

1 Electron Volt = 0 Newton-Meter

### FAQ about Electron Volt to Newton-Meter Conversion

1 electron volt (El V) is equal to 1/6241807627000000000 newton-meter (N∙m).

1El V = 1/6241807627000000000N∙m

The Energy E in newton-meter (N∙m) is equal to the Energy E in electron volt (El V) divided by 6241807627000000000, that conversion formula:

E(N∙m) = E(El V) / 6241807627000000000

1000000 Electron Volt is equal to 0 Newton-Meter:

1000000El V = 1000000El V / 6241807627000000000 = 0N∙m

One Newton-Meter is equal to 6.241807627E+18 Electron Volt:

1N∙m = 1N∙m × 6.241807627E+18 = 6.241807627E+18El V

E(N∙m) = 5000000(El V) / 6241807627000000000 = 0N∙m