1 E-1 m

Pour aider à comparer les ordres de grandeur des différentes longueurs, voici une liste de longueurs de l'ordre de 10-1 m, soit 10 cm :

  • 10-1 m correspond :
  • 10 cm : longueur d'onde de la plus grande fréquence radio UHF, 3 GHz
  • 15 cm : hauteur des Lilliputiens des Voyages de Gulliver
  • 66 cm : longueur de la plus longue pomme de pin (produite par Pinus lambertiana)
  • 89 cm : la taille moyenne d'un Hobbit à l'âge adulte
  • 90 cm : longueur moyenne d'une rapière (une épée)
  • 100 cm : la longueur d'onde de la plus basse fréquence radio UHF, 300 MHz



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