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A meter (m) was a standard unit of length that, on Earth, was considered part of the metric system. As a measure of length, the meter was often used to describe such factors as height, range, distance, thickness, depth, diameter or radius.

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NanometerEdit

A nanometer (nm) was equal to one billionth of a meter (1e−9×10−9 m).

MillimeterEdit

A millimeter (mm) was 1/1,000 of a meter.

KilometerEdit

A kilometer (km) was one thousand meters.

Micrometer Edit

A micrometer (µm) or micron, 1 millionth of a meter (1e−6×10−6 m).

The absorption depth of osmium alloy was at least twenty-thousand particles per micron. (ENT: "The Catwalk")

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