# Electron-volts to joules conversion

Electron-volts (eV) to joules (J) conversion is the process of converting energy values from electron-volts to joules. To convert electron-volts to joules, you need to multiply the value in electron-volts by the elementary charge, which is approximately 1.602 x 10^-19 coulombs.

## What is Electron-volts to joules conversion

To convert electron-volts (eV) to joules (J), you can use the conversion factor 1.602176634 × 10^-19.

Joules = Electron-volts * 1.602176634 × 10^-19

For example, let's convert 1 electron-volt to joules:

Joules = 1 eV * 1.602176634 × 10^-19 Joules ≈ 1.6022 × 10^-19 J

Therefore, 1 electron-volt is approximately equal to 1.6022 × 10^-19 joules.

## How to convert eV to joules

One electron-volt is equal to 1.602176565⋅10^{-19} joules:

1eV = 1.602176565e-19 J = 1.602176565⋅10^{-19} J

So the energy in joules *E*_{(J)} is equal to the energy in electron-volts *E*_{(eV) }times 1.602176565⋅10^{-19}:

*E*_{(J)} = *E*_{(eV)} × 1.602176565⋅10^{-19}

## eV to joules conversion table

Energy (eV) | Energy (J) |
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1 eV | 1.602177⋅10^{-19} J |

2 eV | 3.204353⋅10^{-19} J |

3 eV | 4.806530⋅10^{-19} J |

4 eV | 6.408706⋅10^{-19} J |

5 eV | 8.010883⋅10^{-19} J |

6 eV | 9.613059⋅10^{-19} J |

7 eV | 1.121524⋅10^{-18} J |

8 eV | 1.281741⋅10^{-18} J |

9 eV | 1.441959⋅10^{-18} J |

10 eV | 1.602677⋅10^{-18} J |

20 eV | 3.204353⋅10^{-18} J |

30 eV | 4.806530⋅10^{-18} J |

40 eV | 6.408706⋅10^{-18} J |

50 eV | 8.010883⋅10^{-18} J |

60 eV | 9.613059⋅10^{-18} J |

70 eV | 1.121524⋅10^{-17} J |

80 eV | 1.281741⋅10^{-17} J |

90 eV | 1.441959⋅10^{-17} J |

100 eV | 1.602677⋅10^{-17} J |

200 eV | 3.204353⋅10^{-17} J |

300 eV | 4.806530⋅10^{-17} J |

400 eV | 6.408706⋅10^{-17} J |

500 eV | 8.010883⋅10^{-17} J |

600 eV | 9.613059⋅10^{-17} J |

700 eV | 1.121524⋅10^{-16} J |

800 eV | 1.281741⋅10^{-16} J |

900 eV | 1.441959⋅10^{-16} J |

1000 eV | 1.602677⋅10^{-16} J |