Through electronic and time measurement, you will find frequently used terms: nano, micro, nano, pico. What do they mean?
Through electronic and time measurement, you will find frequently used terms: nano, micro, nano, pico.
This article is a quick reference to their respective meanings.
- Mili= 10 ^ -3 =
- micro-= 10 ^ -6 =
- Nano= 10 ^ -9 =
0,000 000 001
- slight= 10 ^ -12 =
0,000 000 000 001
The order I use is important to remember what they mean: repeat it a few times, femto-nano-pico, and you will remember them next time.
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