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Nanometers and Meters Converter

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Use this calculator to convert nanometers (nm) to meters (m) and meters to nanometers. This converter is part of the full length and distance converter tool.

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Meters to Nanometers Conversions

Meters Nanometers
1 meter 1000000000 nanometers
2 meters 2000000000 nanometers
3 meters 3000000000 nanometers
4 meters 4000000000 nanometers
5 meters 5000000000 nanometers
6 meters 6000000000 nanometers
7 meters 7000000000 nanometers
8 meters 8000000000 nanometers
9 meters 9000000000 nanometers
10 meters 10000000000 nanometers
11 meters 11000000000 nanometers
12 meters 12000000000 nanometers
13 meters 13000000000 nanometers
14 meters 14000000000 nanometers
15 meters 15000000000 nanometers
16 meters 16000000000 nanometers
17 meters 17000000000 nanometers
18 meters 18000000000 nanometers
19 meters 19000000000 nanometers
20 meters 20000000000 nanometers
Figures rounded to a maximum of 5 decimal places (7 with smaller numbers).

How many nanometers are there in 1 meter?

There are 1000000000 nanometers in 1 meter. To convert from meters to nanometers, multiply your figure by 1000000000 .

How many meters are there in 1 nanometer?

There are 1e-9 meters in 1 nanometer. To convert from nanometers to meters, divide your figure by 1000000000 .

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