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

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1 millimetre = 1000 micrometres.

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

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.

Metric units which are smaller than a metre, gradually shortening in length as they go down:Decimetre (10 dm in one metre)Centimetre (10 cm in one decimetre)Millimetre (10 mm in one centimetre)Micrometre (1000 Î¼m in one millimetre)Nanometre (1000 nm in one micrometre)Picometre (1000 pm in one nanometre)Femtometre (1000 fm in one picometre)Attometre (1000 am in one femtometre)Zeptometre (1000 zm in one attometre)Yoctometre (1000 ym in one zeptometre)

µmmicrometerfrom wikipedia "A micrometre is one-millionth of a metre (1/1000 of a millimetre, or 0.001mm). Its unit symbol in the International System of Units (SI) is μm"

1 millionth of a meter is called 1 micron or 1 micrometer, denoted by "μm"

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