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Nanometre

A nanometer (or nanometre) is 10-9 metres. Its abbreviation is nm. It is an SI measure of length, commonly used in measurements of the wavelength of electromagnetic radiation, amongst other things. For a list of objects several nanometers large, see 1 E-9 m.

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Conversion Calculator for Units of LENGTH (http://www.ex.ac.uk/cimt/dictunit/ccleng.htm)



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