# Shakes to Microseconds calculator

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## Shakes to Microseconds Conversion Table

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shake μs shake μs shake μs shake μs
1 0.01 26 0.26 51 0.51 76 0.76
2 0.02 27 0.27 52 0.52 77 0.77
3 0.03 28 0.28 53 0.53 78 0.78
4 0.04 29 0.29 54 0.54 79 0.79
5 0.05 30 0.3 55 0.55 80 0.8
6 0.06 31 0.31 56 0.56 81 0.81
7 0.07 32 0.32 57 0.57 82 0.82
8 0.08 33 0.33 58 0.58 83 0.83
9 0.09 34 0.34 59 0.59 84 0.84
10 0.1 35 0.35 60 0.6 85 0.85
11 0.11 36 0.36 61 0.61 86 0.86
12 0.12 37 0.37 62 0.62 87 0.87
13 0.13 38 0.38 63 0.63 88 0.88
14 0.14 39 0.39 64 0.64 89 0.89
15 0.15 40 0.4 65 0.65 90 0.9
16 0.16 41 0.41 66 0.66 91 0.91
17 0.17 42 0.42 67 0.67 92 0.92
18 0.18 43 0.43 68 0.68 93 0.93
19 0.19 44 0.44 69 0.69 94 0.94
20 0.2 45 0.45 70 0.7 95 0.95
21 0.21 46 0.46 71 0.71 96 0.96
22 0.22 47 0.47 72 0.72 97 0.97
23 0.23 48 0.48 73 0.73 98 0.98
24 0.24 49 0.49 74 0.74 99 0.99
25 0.25 50 0.5 75 0.75 100 1

• ##### Microsecond (0.00000000027h)
A microsecond is an SI unit of time equal to one millionth (0.000001 or 10−6 or 1/1,000,000) of a second. Its symbol is μs. A microsecond is equal to 1000 nanoseconds or 1/1,000 of a millisecond. Because the next SI prefix is 1000 times larger, measurements of 10−5 and 10−4 seconds are typically expressed as tens or hundreds of microseconds. An examples of microsecond is cycle time for frequency 1 × 106 hertz (1 MHz), the inverse unit. This corresponds to radio wavelength 300 m (AM medium wave band), as can be calculated by multiplying 1 µs by the speed of light (approximately 3.00 × 108 m/s) to determine the distance travelled.
• ##### 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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