To convert picofarads (pF) to farads (F), you can use the following formula:

``````pF / 10^12 = F
``````

For example, to convert 100 pF to farads, you would do the following:

``````100 pF / 10^12 = 100 / 10^12 = 10^-11 F
``````

This means that 100 pF is equal to 10^-11 farads.

``farads = picofarads ÷ 1,000,000,000,000``

A picofarad (pF) is a unit of capacitance equal to one trillionth (10^-12) of a farad. It is a tiny unit of capacitance and is typically used in electronic circuits where tiny amounts of charge require to be stored. For example, picofarads are used in the tuning circuits of radios and televisions, as well as in the memory cells of computers.
The symbol for picofarad is pF. So, 1 picofarad is written as 1 pF.

A farad (F) is the unit of electrical capacitance in the (SI – International System of Units ). It is euqal to 1 coulomb per volt (C/V). It means that1 a capacitance capacitor stores 1 coulomb of charge when charged to a possible difference of 1 volt.

Farads are massive capacitance units, and most capacitors have a much smaller capacitance. For example, capacitors used in electronic circuits typically have a capacitance in the picofarad (pF) or microfarad (µF) range.

1 F = 1000000000000 pF
1 pF = 1.0E-12 F