# Milliseconds to Shakes calculator

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## Milliseconds to Shakes Conversion Table

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ms shake ms shake ms shake ms shake
1 100000 26 2600000 51 5100000 76 7600000
2 200000 27 2700000 52 5200000 77 7700000
3 300000 28 2800000 53 5300000 78 7800000
4 400000 29 2900000 54 5400000 79 7900000
5 500000 30 3000000 55 5500000 80 8000000
6 600000 31 3100000 56 5600000 81 8100000
7 700000 32 3200000 57 5700000 82 8200000
8 800000 33 3300000 58 5800000 83 8300000
9 900000 34 3400000 59 5900000 84 8400000
10 1000000 35 3500000 60 6000000 85 8500000
11 1100000 36 3600000 61 6100000 86 8600000
12 1200000 37 3700000 62 6200000 87 8700000
13 1300000 38 3800000 63 6300000 88 8800000
14 1400000 39 3900000 64 6400000 89 8900000
15 1500000 40 4000000 65 6500000 90 9000000
16 1600000 41 4100000 66 6600000 91 9100000
17 1700000 42 4200000 67 6700000 92 9200000
18 1800000 43 4300000 68 6800000 93 9300000
19 1900000 44 4400000 69 6900000 94 9400000
20 2000000 45 4500000 70 7000000 95 9500000
21 2100000 46 4600000 71 7100000 96 9600000
22 2200000 47 4700000 72 7200000 97 9700000
23 2300000 48 4800000 73 7300000 98 9800000
24 2400000 49 4900000 74 7400000 99 9900000
25 2500000 50 5000000 75 7500000 100 10000000

• ##### Millisecond (0.00000027777h)
A millisecond (from milli- and second; symbol: ms) is a thousandth (0.001 or 10−3 or 1/1000) of a second. Examples of millisecond are - cycle time for frequency 1 kHz; duration of light for typical photo flash strobe; time taken for sound wave to travel ca. 34 cm; repetition interval of GPS C/A PN code.
• ##### Shake (0.000000000003h)
A shake is an informal unit of time equal to 10 nanoseconds, or 10−8 seconds. It has applications in nuclear physics, helping to conveniently express the timing of various events in a nuclear explosion. The typical time required for one step in the chain reaction (i.e. the typical time for each neutron to cause a fission event, which releases more neutrons) is of the order of 1 shake, and the chain reaction is typically complete by 50 to 100 shakes.
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