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Q: How many meters in 3.9 nanometers?

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0.3 meters=300,000,000 nanometers

2 meters = 2,000,000,000 nanometers

To convert from nanometers to meters, divide by 1,000,000,000.

To convert meters to nanometers, multiply by a billion.

9.3 nanometers=9.3 × 10^-9 meters

1,150 nanometers=1.15 × 10^-6 meters

150 nanometers is 0.00000015m

520 nanometers=5.2 Ã— 10-7 meters

565 nanometers is 0.000000565 meter.

2 meters contains 2,000,000 microns or 2,000,000,000 nanometers

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9,610,000nm

A nanometer is one billionth of a meter, or 0.000000001 meters. One hundred nanometers would be 0.000000100 meters.

.0000000039 meters in one nanometer.

3 meters=3,000,000,000 nanometers

0.00000002 of a meter

120 nanometers is 0.00000012m

2.08e^-11. One meter is 1000000000 nanometers

There are 1 billion nanometers in a meter. There are 1,000 meters in a kilometer. So there are 1 trillion nanometers in a kilometer.

to go from nanometers to meters, divide by 1,000,000,000\\670nm = .000000670 meters

Multiply meters by 1 billion to get the same length in nanometers.

Six meters equates to 6 billion nanometers. Six billion nanometers in Scientific Notation = 6 x 109nanometers.

A nanometer is a thousandth of a millimeter

150 nanometers is 0.00000015m

10.2 nanometers=1.02 × 10^-8 meters