Video Link: https://www.analog.com/en/education/education-library/videos/756529059001.html
At the 3:20 timemark, discussion is made converting femto to nano Amps. Seeing the femptoAmp value of 100, and the conversion to nanoAmps of 0.1.
Please correct me if I am wrong, as my SI units come from a Chemistry background, but isnt' Fempto:10^ -15 and Nano: 10^ -9 ?
If the above is correct, wouldn't the conversion of 100 femptoAmps = 0.0001 nanoAmps? That would make the instrumentation amplifier calculation even better for total noise!
Thank you for your help in understanding.
0.1nA = 100,000fA
Move the decimal to the right by 6 places to go from nA to fA.
100 femptoAmps = 0.0001 nanoAmps (correct)