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# FREQUENCY Units Conversionfemtohertz to millihertz

1 Femtohertz
= 1.0E-12 Millihertz

Category: frequency
Conversion: Femtohertz to Millihertz
The base unit for frequency is hertz (Non-SI/Derived Unit)
[Femtohertz] symbol/abbrevation: (fHz)
[Millihertz] symbol/abbrevation: (mHz)

How to convert Femtohertz to Millihertz (fHz to mHz)?
1 fHz = 1.0E-12 mHz.
1 x 1.0E-12 mHz = 1.0E-12 Millihertz.
Always check the results; rounding errors may occur.

Definition:
In relation to the base unit of [frequency] => (hertz), 1 Femtohertz (fHz) is equal to 1.0E-15 hertz, while 1 Millihertz (mHz) = 0.001 hertz.
1 Femtohertz to common frequency units
1 fHz = 1.0E-15 hertz (Hz)
1 fHz = 1.0E-18 kilohertz (kHz)
1 fHz = 1.0E-21 megahertz (MHz)
1 fHz = 1.0E-24 gigahertz (GHz)
1 fHz = 1.0E-15 1 per second (1/s)
1 fHz = 6.0000000024E-14 revolutions per minute (rpm)
1 fHz = 1.0E-15 frames per second (FPS)
1 fHz = 2.1600138240885E-11 degree per minute (°/min)
1 fHz = 1.0E-27 fresnels (fresnel)
Femtohertzto Millihertz (table conversion)
1 fHz = 1.0E-12 mHz
2 fHz = 2.0E-12 mHz
3 fHz = 3.0E-12 mHz
4 fHz = 4.0E-12 mHz
5 fHz = 5.0E-12 mHz
6 fHz = 6.0E-12 mHz
7 fHz = 7.0E-12 mHz
8 fHz = 8.0E-12 mHz
9 fHz = 9.0E-12 mHz
10 fHz = 1.0E-11 mHz
20 fHz = 2.0E-11 mHz
30 fHz = 3.0E-11 mHz
40 fHz = 4.0E-11 mHz
50 fHz = 5.0E-11 mHz
60 fHz = 6.0E-11 mHz
70 fHz = 7.0E-11 mHz
80 fHz = 8.0E-11 mHz
90 fHz = 9.0E-11 mHz
100 fHz = 1.0E-10 mHz
200 fHz = 2.0E-10 mHz
300 fHz = 3.0E-10 mHz
400 fHz = 4.0E-10 mHz
500 fHz = 5.0E-10 mHz
600 fHz = 6.0E-10 mHz
700 fHz = 7.0E-10 mHz
800 fHz = 8.0E-10 mHz
900 fHz = 9.0E-10 mHz
1000 fHz = 1.0E-9 mHz
2000 fHz = 2.0E-9 mHz
4000 fHz = 4.0E-9 mHz
5000 fHz = 5.0E-9 mHz
7500 fHz = 7.5E-9 mHz
10000 fHz = 1.0E-8 mHz
25000 fHz = 2.5E-8 mHz
50000 fHz = 5.0E-8 mHz
100000 fHz = 1.0E-7 mHz
1000000 fHz = 1.0E-6 mHz
1000000000 fHz = 0.001 mHz
(Femtohertz) to (Millihertz) conversions