How many nanometers equal a meter?

Answer It takes 1 billion nanometers to equal one meter. Nano- is the metric prefix that denotes to 10^-9, or one one-billionth, of the base unit. Meters are the standard metric unit for measuring distanc... Read More »

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How many nanometers are there in one meter?

A nanometer is one billionth of a meter. There are one billion nanometers in one meter. Nano is a prefix meaning one billionth, derived from a Greek root meaning "dwarf."References:Purdue Universit... Read More »

How to Convert a Meter to Nanometers?

Nanometers get a lot of attention in popular science magazines and reports. Most people have heard of nanotechnology and picture microscopic robots traveling the human blood stream looking for bact... Read More »

What does one meter equal?

Compared with the U.S./Imperial system of measurement, one meter is equal to approximately three feet. Using the metric system, one meter is equal to 10 decimeters, 100 centimeters or 1,000 millime... Read More »

One meter is equal to how many inches?

Most U.S. residents, excepting many of those in the medical, engineering and scientific fields, use a measurement system that was once used by the United Kingdom. Much of the rest of the world uses... Read More »