**Change from Terahertz to Hertz** is an operation in which it is easy to get confused, it handles a high number of zeros and it is not surprising that in some operation we put some zero more or less. To avoid this kind of silly mistakes that spoil any mathematical problem, we have created this Thz to Hz converter that will do the calculations automatically and without errors.

Just enter the frequency in **Thz you want to switch to Hz** and click the calculate button to obtain the corresponding equivalence. If you want to perform the reverse operation, you can also use the tool as a Hz to Thz converter that works in the same way.

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## What is a terahertz

As we have said before, to go from Thz to Hz we have to take into account that we are going to work with powers of the order of 10^{12 }Therefore, it is important for you to know **what is a terahertz**. Below you have its equivalence in hertz:

1 THz = 10^{12 }Hz

## How to switch from Thz to Hz

. From this equivalence, we can deduce the mathematical expression that will facilitate the conversion:

f_{(Hz)}=f_{(THz)}× 10^{12}

**Example**We are going to convert 2 Thz to Hz using the above formula:

f_{(Hz)}=f_{(THz)}× 10^{12}= 2 Thz × 10^{12}= 2,000,000,000,000,000,000 Hz = 2 × 10^{12}Hz

## 1 thz to hz

To propose **another practical example**In this case, we are going to convert 1 terahertz to hertz in the same way as in the previous case:

f_{(Hz)}=f_{(THz)}× 10^{12}= 1 Thz × 10^{12}= 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 Hz = 1 × 10^{12}Hz

## How to switch from Hz to Thz

You should know that 1THz = 10^{12}Hz, therefore, we can use this data to obtain the following mathematical formula that will allow us to move from one unit to another:

f_{(THz)}=f_{(Hz)}/ 10^{12}

Example: imagine that we want to change 300 Hz to Terahertz. According to the above formula, we have that:

f_{(THz)}=f_{(Hz)}/ 10^{12 }= 300 hz / 10^{12 }= 3×10^{-10 }THz

A foolproof method to avoid having to use a calculator to convert from Hz to Thz is to m**over the decimal point 12 places** to the left.

If you are working in scientific notation, you can also **subtract 12 from the exponent**. In the above example, we have 3 x 10^{2} hz and we want to convert them to terahertz. We subtract 12 from the exponent and we get 3×10 as result.^{-10 }THz, exactly the same as doing the division with the calculator.

## Thz to Hz equivalence table

Below you will find some of them **additional equivalencies** for your reference on the change from Thz to Hz and from Hz to Thz

Terahertz (THz) | Hertz (Hz) |
---|---|

0 THz | 0 Hz |

0.000001 THz | 10^{6} Hz |

0.00001 THz | 10^{7} Hz |

0.0001 THz | 10^{8} Hz |

0.001 THz | 10^{9} Hz |

0.01 THz | 10^{10} Hz |

0.1 THz | 10^{11} Hz |

1 THz | 10^{12} Hz |

If you have any doubts about working with these two frequency units, leave us a comment and we will help you with any questions you may have.