Conversion from fermi to femtometer (fm)You can use the following unit converter factor to convert a unit from fermi to femtometer (fm). Also, the tables below list a quick unit convertion results from fermi to femtometer (fm) and from femtometer (fm) to fermi, respectively. You can use the calculator below to get any unit conversion values from fermi to femtometer (fm) or from femtometer (fm) to fermi 
To convert a unit from fermi to femtometer (fm), multiply by 1
 

 


fermi  femtometer (fm)  1  1  2  2  3  3  4  4  5  5  6  6  7  7  8  8  9  9  10  10   

femtometer (fm)  fermi  1  1  2  2  3  3  4  4  5  5  6  6  7  7  8  8  9  9  10  10 
Related Metric System Unit Conversion
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Convert a unit from point (printer’s) to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from point (printer’s) to meter (m), multiply by 0.0003514598 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to point (printer’s), multiply by 2845.2756190039
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Convert a unit from parsec (pc) to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from parsec (pc) to meter (m), multiply by 3.085678e16 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to parsec (pc), multiply by 3.2407788498994E17
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Convert a unit from fermi to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from fermi to meter (m), multiply by 0.000000000000001 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to fermi, multiply by 1.0E+15
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Convert a unit from pica (printer’s) to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from pica (printer’s) to meter (m), multiply by 0.004217518 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to pica (printer’s), multiply by 237.1062790959
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Convert a unit from rod (based on U.S. survey foot) (rd)7 to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from rod (based on U.S. survey foot) (rd)7 to meter (m), multiply by 0.5 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to rod (based on U.S. survey foot) (rd)7, multiply by 2
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Convert a unit from mile, nautical20 to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from mile, nautical20 to meter (m), multiply by 1852 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to mile, nautical20, multiply by 0.00053995680345572
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Convert a unit from inch (in) to centimeter (cm) If you want to convert a unit from inch (in) to centimeter (cm), multiply by 2.54 If you want to convert a unit from centimeter (cm) to inch (in), multiply by 0.39370078740157
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Convert a unit from inch (in) to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from inch (in) to meter (m), multiply by 0.0254 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to inch (in), multiply by 39.370078740157
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Convert a unit from kayser (K) to reciprocal meter (m!1) If you want to convert a unit from kayser (K) to reciprocal meter (m!1), multiply by 100 If you want to convert a unit from reciprocal meter (m!1) to kayser (K), multiply by 0.01
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Convert a unit from micron (?) to micrometer (?m) If you want to convert a unit from micron (?) to micrometer (?m), multiply by 1 If you want to convert a unit from micrometer (?m) to micron (?), multiply by 1
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Convert a unit from ångström (Å) to nanometer (nm) If you want to convert a unit from ångström (Å) to nanometer (nm), multiply by 0.1 If you want to convert a unit from nanometer (nm) to ångström (Å), multiply by 10
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Convert a unit from foot (U.S. survey) (ft) to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from foot (U.S. survey) (ft) to meter (m), multiply by 0.3048006 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to foot (U.S. survey) (ft), multiply by 3.2808334366796
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Convert a unit from mil (0.001 in) to millimeter (mm) If you want to convert a unit from mil (0.001 in) to millimeter (mm), multiply by 0.0254 If you want to convert a unit from millimeter (mm) to mil (0.001 in), multiply by 39.370078740157
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Convert a unit from point (computer) (1/72 in) to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from point (computer) (1/72 in) to meter (m), multiply by 0.0003527778 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to point (computer) (1/72 in), multiply by 2834.645490731
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Convert a unit from point (computer) (1/72 in) to millimeter (mm) If you want to convert a unit from point (computer) (1/72 in) to millimeter (mm), multiply by 0.3527778 If you want to convert a unit from millimeter (mm) to point (computer) (1/72 in), multiply by 2.834645490731
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Convert a unit from micron (?) to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from micron (?) to meter (m), multiply by 0.000001 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to micron (?), multiply by 1000000
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Convert a unit from mil (0.001 in) to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from mil (0.001 in) to meter (m), multiply by 0.0000254 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to mil (0.001 in), multiply by 39370.078740157
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Convert a unit from fathom (based on U.S. survey foot) to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from fathom (based on U.S. survey foot) to meter (m), multiply by 1.828804 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to fathom (based on U.S. survey foot), multiply by 0.54680545318142
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Convert a unit from fermi to femtometer (fm) If you want to convert a unit from fermi to femtometer (fm), multiply by 1 If you want to convert a unit from femtometer (fm) to fermi, multiply by 1
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Convert a unit from pica (computer) (1/6 in) to meter (m) If you want to convert a unit from pica (computer) (1/6 in) to meter (m), multiply by 0.004233333 If you want to convert a unit from meter (m) to pica (computer) (1/6 in), multiply by 236.22049104098
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Source Data
This service uses conversion factors referenced from source material from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in all possible cases. The main source document is provided for your reference.
Guide for the Use of the International System of Units (SI) NIST Special Publication 811
