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The base unit for length is meters (SI Unit)

[Fermi] symbol/abbrevation: (fermi)

[Micrometers] symbol/abbrevation: (μm)

1 fermi = 1.0E-9 μm.

1 x 1.0E-9 μm =

Always check the results; rounding errors may occur.

A unit of length used to measure nuclear distances, = 10−15 meter. Named for the Italian physicist Enrico Fermi (1901–1954). Now obsolete, replaced by the SI term femtometer (symbol, fm); 1 fermi = 1 femtometer.

The micrometer (symbol: μm) or micrometre (UK & International spelling), also commonly known as a micron, is an SI derived unit of length equaling 1×10−6 of a meter (SI *..more definition+*

1 Fermi | to common length units |
---|---|

1 fermi | = 1.0E-15 meters (m) |

1 fermi | = 1.0E-18 kilometers (km) |

1 fermi | = 1.0E-13 centimeters (cm) |

1 fermi | = 3.2808398950131E-15 feet (ft) |

1 fermi | = 3.9370078740157E-14 inches (in) |

1 fermi | = 1.0936132983377E-15 yards (yd) |

1 fermi | = 6.2137119223733E-19 miles (mi) |

1 fermi | = 1.056970721911E-31 light years (ly) |

1 fermi | = 3.7795280352161E-12 pixels (PX) |

1 fermi | = 6.25E+19 planck length (pl) |

Fermi | to Micrometers (table conversion) |
---|---|

1 fermi | = 1.0E-9 μm |

2 fermi | = 2.0E-9 μm |

3 fermi | = 3.0E-9 μm |

4 fermi | = 4.0E-9 μm |

5 fermi | = 5.0E-9 μm |

6 fermi | = 6.0E-9 μm |

7 fermi | = 7.0E-9 μm |

8 fermi | = 8.0E-9 μm |

9 fermi | = 9.0E-9 μm |

10 fermi | = 1.0E-8 μm |

20 fermi | = 2.0E-8 μm |

30 fermi | = 3.0E-8 μm |

40 fermi | = 4.0E-8 μm |

50 fermi | = 5.0E-8 μm |

60 fermi | = 6.0E-8 μm |

70 fermi | = 7.0E-8 μm |

80 fermi | = 8.0E-8 μm |

90 fermi | = 9.0E-8 μm |

100 fermi | = 1.0E-7 μm |

200 fermi | = 2.0E-7 μm |

300 fermi | = 3.0E-7 μm |

400 fermi | = 4.0E-7 μm |

500 fermi | = 5.0E-7 μm |

600 fermi | = 6.0E-7 μm |

700 fermi | = 7.0E-7 μm |

800 fermi | = 8.0E-7 μm |

900 fermi | = 9.0E-7 μm |

1000 fermi | = 1.0E-6 μm |

2000 fermi | = 2.0E-6 μm |

4000 fermi | = 4.0E-6 μm |

5000 fermi | = 5.0E-6 μm |

7500 fermi | = 7.5E-6 μm |

10000 fermi | = 1.0E-5 μm |

25000 fermi | = 2.5E-5 μm |

50000 fermi | = 5.0E-5 μm |

100000 fermi | = 0.0001 μm |

1000000 fermi | = 0.001 μm |

1000000000 fermi | = 1 μm |