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Capacitance Converter

When working with electronics, one must often convert between micro(μ), nano(n), and pico(p) farads when measuring capacitance. In order to help you speed up your process and avoid the problems which often occur as a result of errors in converting these values, please use the form below to convert your capacitance value between different measurements.
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