Nanometrum

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1 nanometrum =
Unitates SI
1×10−9 m 1×10−3 μm
Unitates CFA / Unitates Imperiales
3.281×10^−9 ft 39.37×10^−9 in

Nanometrum (-i, n.) (symbolum nm) (ex Graeco: νάνος 'nanus' + μέτρον 'metrum') est mensura longitudinis in Systemate Internationali, billesimae parti metri aequalis.

Ad minimas longitudines fere adhibetur, et est aequalis decem Ångström, quod est mensura longitudinis non-SI internationale accepta. Cum arte nanotechnologiae et fabrica semiconductrorum et cum longitudine undale lucis fere coniungitur. Olim verbum millimicron (symbolum ) pro nanometro habitum est, symbolum µµ quoque.[1][2][3]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Svedberg, The; Nichols, J. Burton (1923). "Determination of the size and distribution of size of particle by centrifugal methods" (Anglice). Journal of the American Chemical Society 45 (12): 2910–2917 
  2. Svedberg, The; Rinde, Herman (1924). "The ulta-centrifuge, a new instrument for the determination of size and distribution of size of particle in amicroscopic colloids" (Anglice). Journal of the American Chemical Society 46 (12): 2677–2693 
  3. Terzaghi, Karl (1925) (Germanice). Erdbaumechanik auf bodenphysikalischer Grundlage. Vienna: Franz Deuticke. p. 32