1 E-7 m

Pour aider à comparer les ordres de grandeur des différentes longueurs, voici une liste de longueurs comprises entre 0,1 micromètre et 1 micromètre.

  • 100 nm, taille maximum des particules pouvant traverser un masque chirurgical
  • 125 nm, profondeur standard d'un trou sur les Compact Discs (largeur : 500 nm, longueur : 850 nm à 3,5 μm)
  • 280 nm, longueur d'onde des ultraviolets proches
  • 380–430 nm, longueur d'onde de la lumière violette -- voir couleur
  • 430–450 nm, longueur d'onde de la lumière indigo
  • 450–500 nm, longueur d'onde de la lumière bleue
  • 500–520 nm, longueur d'onde de la lumière cyan
  • 520–565 nm, longueur d'onde de la lumière verte
  • 565–590 nm, longueur d'onde de la lumière jaune
  • 590–625 nm, longueur d'onde de la lumière orange
  • 625–740 nm, longueur d'onde de la lumière rouge



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  • 1 E+7 m² — To help compare sizes of different geographic regions, we list here areas between 10 km² (1,000 hectares) and 100 km² (10,000 hectares). See also areas of other orders of magnitude.* Areas smaller than 10 km² * 10 km² is equal to: ** 1 E+7 m² or… …   Wikipedia

  • 1 E+7 m³ — To help compare different orders of magnitudes this page lists volumes between 10 million and 100 million (10^{7} to 10^{8}) cubic metres. See also volumes or capacities of other orders of magnitude.* Volumes smaller than 10 million cubic metres… …   Wikipedia

  • 1 E-7 m² — To help compare different orders of magnitude this page lists areas between 10 7 m² and 10 6 m² (0.1 to 1 mm²). See also areas of other orders of magnitude.* Areas smaller than 10 7 m² * * Areas larger than 10 6 m² …   Wikipedia

  • 1 E-7 m³ — To help compare different orders of magnitude this page lists volumes between 10 7 cubic metres and 10 6 cubic metres (100 microlitres and 1 cubic centimetre). See also volumes or capacities of other orders of magnitude.*Volumes smaller than 100… …   Wikipedia

  • 1 E+40 m³ — To help compare the orders of magnitude of different volumes, here is a list of volumes between 1040 m3 and 1050 m³. See also volumes or capacities of other orders of magnitude and corresponding lengths. Smaller volumes than 1 E40 m³ …   Wikipedia

  • 1 E+18 m² — To help compare sizes of different surface areas, we list here areas between 1018 square metres and 1024 square metres, i.e. those between 1 trillion km² and 1 quintillion km². 1 E+18 m2 * Areas smaller than 1,000,000 million km² * 1 trillion km² …   Wikipedia

  • 1 E+9 m² — To help compare orders of magnitude of different geographical regions, we list here areas between 1,000 km2 and 10,000 km2. See also areas of other orders of magnitude. * areas less than 1000 km² * 1,000 km2 is equal to: ** 1 E+9 m² in scientific …   Wikipedia

  • 1 E+12 m² — To help compare orders of magnitude of different surface areas, here is a list of areas between 1 million km² and 10 million km². See also areas of other orders of magnitude.* Areas smaller than 1 million km² * 1,000,000 km² is equal to: ** 1… …   Wikipedia

  • 1 E+24 m² — To help compare orders of magnitude of different surface areas, we list here examples of areas larger than 1024 square metres, or 1 quintillion km². See also areas of other orders of magnitude and Areas smaller than 1 quintillion km² 1 E+24 m² *… …   Wikipedia

  • 1 E+12 m³ — To help compare different orders of magnitudes this page lists volumes between 1,000 and 1 million cubic kilometres (10^{12} to 10^{15} cubic metres). See also volumes or capacities of other orders of magnitude.* Volumes smaller than 1 trillion ( …   Wikipedia

  • 1 E+15 m³ — To help compare different orders of magnitudes this page lists volumes between 1 million and 1 billion ( thousand million ) cubic kilometres (10^{15} to 10^{18} cubic metres). See also volumes or capacities of other orders of magnitude.* Volumes… …   Wikipedia

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