Definitions for **"Micrometer"**

10-6 meter = 10-3 mm = 1000 nm.

One-millionth of a meter. It can also be expressed as 10-6 meter.

um A metric unit of length measurement= 1x10-6 meters or 0.000001 meters 4x10-5 inches or 0.00004 inches Human hair is approximately 20 micrometers in diameter

Equal 0.000001 meters (formerly micron), or 39.3701 microinches.

Unit used for measurement, equivalent to 10-6 meters or one-millionth of a meter; abbreviation um.

Another term for micron.

One millionth of a meter. An average human hair is about 50 micrometers wide. Click here to learn more about the relative sizes of marine plankton

One millionth of a meter; 10^-6 meter. Typically used to express the geometric dimension of fibers, e.g., 62.5 um.

A micrometer (µm), also known as a micron, is one-millionth of a meter.

one millionth of a meter; sometimes abbreviated "micron"

Micro; a unit of length equal to 10-6 meter.

a metric unit of linear measurement equivalent to one-thousandth of a millimeter or one-millionth of a meter, it is the common dimension used to measure the length of glochidia and juvenile mussels

A unit of length equivalent to 10-6 meters or 10-3 millimeters. Symbol µm.

A unit of length in the International System of Units (SI) equal to one-millionth of a meter. Often referred to as a "micron".

a millionth of a meter, and a meter is about a yard

a millionth of a meter (and a meter is about three feet)

a thousand nanometers

a thousand times smaller than a millimeter and a nanometer is one million times smaller than a millimeter

A unit of length that is 1/1X106 of a meter.

A unit of measure. There are one million micrometers in one meter.

(µm, often abbreviated as um, micron or µ) A unit of measurement of length, equal to one-millionth of a meter (approximately 0.00003937 inch).

one-millionth of a meter, visible light has a wavelength of approximately 0.5 micrometers

One millionth (.000001) of a meter. (1 micron = 1 x E-6 meters @ 0.04 mils.)

A unit of length equal to one-millionth (10-6) of a metre or one-thousandth (10^-3) of a millimetre.

a unit of measure representing one millionth of a meter

One millionth (10-6) of a meter, a unit of length. Used to specify wavelengths.

(MY-kroh-MEE-tur) One micrometer is one millionth (10â€“6) of a meter or one thousandth of a millimeter. The micrometer is frequently used to measure cells and organelles.

10-6 of a meter; a micron.

Formally known as micron. A linear measure equal to one millionth of a meter or .00003937 inch. The symbol for the micrometer is "µm".

Unit of length (distance). One micrometer (abbreviated to Âµm) is one thousandth of a millimeter or 1000 nm.

One millionth of a metre, 0.001mm.

Same as micron.

One millionth of a meter or 1/1,000,000 meters. icrofarad (uF) ~ A common unit of electric capacitance equal to 10-6 farad.

a unit of length equal to one millionth of a meter; the unit of measure for particle size.

(or micron) One one-thousandth of a millimeter; 10,000 angstroms; convenient for describing the dimensions of cells and organelles.

Another word for micron.

One millionth of a meter. 1,000 nanometers.

(Micron)—one millionth of a meter 1 m m = 1 meter ; 1 millimeter = 0.000039 In. 1,000,000 1,000 (39 millionths of an inch)

one millionth of a meter (1x10-6), symbol µm.

Micron, 1/1,000,000 of a meter. 60gm is approximately the diameter of a human hair.

1/1,000 of a millimeter or 1/1,000,000 of a meter.

one-millionth of a meter (10-6 or 0.000001 m)

Also called a micron it is the metric linear measurement used in microscopy. There are 1000 microns in a millimeter. If something is 1.8mm long then it can also be expressed as 1,800 microns (or micrometers) long.

a micrometer is .001 millimeter

A thousandth of a millimeter (mm): roughly the size of a typical human cell or a bacterium.

Subject: The Earth A unit of length equal to one-millionth of a meter (= 1 m m).[ Pics List

One millionth of a meter or 10-6 meters. Abbreviated µm.

(Also called micron; abbreviated Î¼m.) A unit of length equal to one-millionth of a meter or one-thousandth of a millimeter. The micrometer is a convenient length for measuring wavelengths of infrared radiation, diameters of atmospheric particles, etc.

a unit of measurement used to determine the geometric dimension of optical fiber. One micrometer is equal to one millionth of a meter or 10-6 meter. One micrometer equals 0.00003937 inch. Also called a micron.

See micron.

A "MY-kro' mee-ter" is a unit of length equal to one millionth of a meter, or one micron.

One millionth of one meter or 39.4 microinches.

An instrument, used with a telescope or microscope, for measuring minute distances, or the apparent diameters of objects which subtend minute angles. The measurement given directly is that of the image of the object formed at the focus of the object glass.

A calibrated instrument for determining the thickness of paper or the packing of the plate and blanket. to top

Tool for measuring diameter of wire to accuracy of .0001

Instrument used to determine paper thickness or caliper

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Instrument used to measure the thickness (caliper) of paper.

Device that measures the thickness or caliper of paper.

An instrument for the, precise measurement of small lengths and angles. The usual form consists of a screw with a very fine thread and a large graduated head.

Instrument used to measure the thickness (calliper) of paper.

Tool used to measure the thickness of rotors.

A precision measuring tool that will give readings accurate to 0.002 mm or 0.0001 of an inch. Sometimes called inside micrometer or outside micrometer. Also called a "mike." Also see air micrometer.

A finely tuned measuring device used to determine thickness, or guage, of thin objects.

Measuring instrument in which the object to be gauged is brought up the end of a screw, which has a head graduated on its rim, from which the measurement is read. Calipers are made in inches, thousandths and ten-thousandths; and in metric measure in millimeters, tenths and hundredths.

caliper for measuring small distances

a mechanical device that measures small distances or angles with precision

a more precise measuring instrument than the vernier calipers

a precise and delicate piece of equipment that must be treated with the utmost care

a widely used device in mechanical engineering for precisely measuring thickness of blocks

A device, of which various types exist, that is used in a telescope for measuring small angular distances between objects.

The micrometer represents a method of physical measurement. We use the micrometer to measure thickness of paint films. Measurements are in

Adjustment gauge near nose of engraving spindle. Allows for precise alignment of cutting tool depth for engraving, usually in .001" increments. (1 revolution = .025")

A device used to measure very small distances.

A device for accurately measuring the thickness (caliper) of paper.

A paper micrometer measures thickness of paper in increments of 0.0001 inch.

A device used to measure thickness or diameter down to 0.001mm or less.

A highly sensitive measuring device used to provide the mil thickness of poly bags.

Instrument used to measure the thickness of different papers.

A tool to measure the accuracy of the ball size; any of various devices for measuring minute distances; also called a mike, a precision instrument with a spindle moved by a finely threaded screw; for the measurement of thicknesses and short lengths, commonly used by machinists and inspectors.

An instrument used to measure the thickness of paper.

an instrument that measures small distances, angles or objects

A caliper for making precise measurements that has a spindle moved by a finely threaded screw

A device used for measuring the thickness of pigments.

A mechanical device for measuring thickness (usually in thousands of an inch).

An instrument for measurement in terms of minute dimensions

A device for measuring the thickness of paper in increments of 0.0001 inch.

A precision measuring instrument.

U-shaped frame with a spindle with 40 threads per inch, which is able to measure, with precision up to the nearest 0.001 of an inch. Each time the spindle revolves, it moves it 1/40 (.025) of an inch. The thimble, which encloses the spindle, has 25 equally spaced graduations, around it. When the thimble revolves 1/25 of a revolution, the spindle moves 1/1000 of an inch.

A measuring instrument with a fine screw adjustment for measuring very small distances. Usually calibrated to read in increments of 0.001" or 0.0001".