# Electron-volts to Gigaelectron-volts conversion Electron-volts (eV) to gigaelectron-volts (GeV) conversion is a simple process that involves dividing the value in electron-volts by 1,000,000,000. This conversion is commonly used in particle physics and high-energy physics to express energy on a very large scale.

 Enter energy in electron-volts: eV Result in gigaelectron-volts: GeV

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## What is Electron-volts to Gigaelectron-volts conversion

To convert electron-volts (eV) to gigaelectron-volts (GeV), you need to divide the value in electron-volts by 1,000,000,000.

1 gigaelectron-volt (GeV) is equal to 1,000,000,000 electron-volts (eV).

For example, let's convert 500,000,000 electron-volts to gigaelectron-volts:

Gigaelectron-volts = 500,000,000 eV / 1,000,000,000 Gigaelectron-volts = 0.5 GeV

Therefore, 500,000,000 electron-volts is equal to 0.5 gigaelectron-volts.

## How to convert eV to GeV

One gigaelectron-volt is equal to 109 electron-volts:

1 GeV = 109 eV

The energy in gigaelectron-volts E(GeV) is equal to the energy in electron-volts E(eV) divided by 109:

E(GeV) = E(eV) / 109 = E(eV) / 1000000000

### Example

Convert 5eV to GeV:

E(GeV) = 5eV / 109 = 5×10-9GeV

## eV to GeV conversion table

Energy (eV) Energy (GeV)
0 eV 0 GeV
1 eV 1x10-9 GeV
2 eV 2x10-9 GeV
3 eV 3x10-9 GeV
4 eV 4x10-9 GeV
5 eV 5x10-9 GeV
6 eV 6x10-9 GeV
7 eV 7x10-9 GeV
8 eV 8x10-9 GeV
9 eV 9x10-9 GeV
10 eV 1x10-8 GeV
100 eV 1x10-7 GeV
1000 eV 1x10-6 GeV
10000 eV 1x10-5 GeV
1x105 eV 1x10-4 GeV
1x106 eV 0.001 GeV
1x109 eV 0.01 GeV
1x108 eV 0.1 GeV
1x109 eV 1 GeV
1x1010 eV 10 GeV
1x1011 eV 100 GeV