Enter the time in decades below to get the value converted to nanoseconds.

Results in Nanoseconds: ## How to Convert Decades to Nanoseconds To convert a decade measurement to a nanosecond measurement, multiply the time by the conversion ratio. One decade is equal to 3.1557E+17 nanoseconds, so use this simple formula to convert:

The time in nanoseconds is equal to the decades multiplied by 3.1557E+17.

For example, here's how to convert 5 decades to nanoseconds using the formula above.
5 decades = (5 × 3.1557E+17) = 1.5778E+18 ns

The decade is a time period of 10 years.

## Nanoseconds

The nanosecond is a multiple of the second, which is the SI base unit for time. In the metric system, "nano" is the prefix for 10-9. Nanoseconds can be abbreviated as ns, for example 1 nanosecond can be written as 1 ns.

## Decade to Nanosecond Conversion Table

0.00000000000000001 3.1557 ns
0.00000000000000002 6.3114 ns
0.00000000000000003 9.4671 ns
0.00000000000000004 12.62 ns
0.00000000000000005 15.78 ns
0.00000000000000006 18.93 ns
0.00000000000000007 22.09 ns
0.00000000000000008 25.25 ns
0.00000000000000009 28.4 ns
0.000000000000000001 0.31557 ns
0.00000000000000001 3.1557 ns
0.0000000000000001 31.56 ns
0.000000000000001 315.57 ns
0.00000000000001 3,156 ns
0.0000000000001 31,557 ns
0.000000000001 315,570 ns
0.00000000001 3,155,695 ns
0.0000000001 31,556,952 ns
0.000000001 315,569,520 ns
0.00000001 3,155,695,200 ns
0.0000001 31,556,952,000 ns
0.000001 315,569,520,000 ns
0.00001 3,155,695,200,000 ns
0.0001 31,556,952,000,000 ns
0.001 315,570,000,000,000 ns
0.01 3,155,700,000,000,000 ns
0.1 31,557,000,000,000,000 ns
1 315,570,000,000,000,000 ns