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Well, first of all, the acceptance of the term "micron" to mean a millionth of a meter

was revoked by the official SI guys in 1967. I thought you'd want to know.

So all we can say is that a 'micron' used to be one millionth of a meter, and there were

one million of them in every meter.

That was its definition. Either you knew it or you didn't. If you didn't know it, then

there was no way to calculate it.

Q: How do you calculate how many microns in a meter?

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1 millimeter = 1000 microns

100,000,000

1 meter =1,000,000 microns 1 km = 1000 meters 1 km = 1,000,000,000 microns ( one billion)

There are 1 million microns in a meter and 100 cm in a meter so multiply microns by 10-4 and you have your answer. So 10,000 microns would be 1 cm

A micron is a measure of length and a cubic meter is a measure of volume, thus the two can not be equated.

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