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There are 1000 microns in a millimetre. So, if we convert mm to microns, we multiply by 1000 to give 1000 microns. 1 micron / 1000 microns = 0.001 as a decimal.

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The SI system uses prefixes that go up and down in order of thousandths. So to start, one metre, one thousandth of a metre is a millimetre; one thousandth of a millimetre ( one millionth of a metre) is a micrometre; one thousandth of a micrometre ( one billionth of a metre) is a nanometre. The symbol for nanometre is "nm", 'n' nano, 'm' metre, both lowercase. One thousand metres is a kilometre, one thousand kilometres is a megametre, etc.

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a millimeter

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Yes - there are 1000000 nanometres in one millimetre.

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A micrometre is one thousandths of a millimetre, so that 1000 micrometres is equal to 1 millimetre

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There are 1000 micrometres in one millimetre. Therefore, one micrometre is equal to 1/1000 = 0.001 millimetres.

1 millimetre = 1000 micrometres.

A micrometre (or micron) which is one thousandths of a millimetre. Or a nanometre, which is a millionth of a millimetre.

One micron, or one micrometre, is equal to one millionth of a metre, or one thousandth of a millimetre.

no * * * * * Of course there are! 1 micrometre (or micron) = one thousandth of a millimetre, 1 nanometre = one millionth of a millimetre 1 picometre = one billionth of a millimetre 1 femto = one trillionth of a millimetre 1 attometre = one quadrillionth of a millimetre 1 zeptometre = one quintillionth of a millimetre 1 yoctometre = one sextillionth of a millimetre and also 1 Planck's length = 162 nonillionth a millimetre (approx)

The SI system uses prefixes that go up and down in order of thousandths. So to start, one metre, one thousandth of a metre is a millimetre; one thousandth of a millimetre ( one millionth of a metre) is a micrometre; one thousandth of a micrometre ( one billionth of a metre) is a nanometre. The symbol for nanometre is "nm", 'n' nano, 'm' metre, both lowercase. One thousand metres is a kilometre, one thousand kilometres is a megametre, etc.

There are 0.001 millimetres in one micrometre.

A micrometer, customarily called a micron.

I assume you mean micrometre, but I will give symbols for micrometre and millimetre. Micrometre is μm and millimetre is mm. The μ is the greek letter mu, used I assume because the m is used for milli already.

There are 10000 micrometres in one centimetre. Therefore, one micrometre is equal to 1/10000 = 0.0001 centimetres.