# Convert nanometers to angstroms

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nanometers (nm)
1 nanometers = 10 angstroms

## Precise decimal and fraction answers

The conversion in angstroms rounded to six significant decimal places is 1 nm = 10.000000 Å. The precise fraction answer is 10 0/1.

### Decimal Precision

Conversion from one to ten decimal places

• 1 nm = 10.0 Å
• 1 nm = 10.00 Å
• 1 nm = 10.000 Å
• 1 nm = 10.0000 Å
• 1 nm = 10.00000 Å
• 1 nm = 10.000000 Å
• 1 nm = 10.0000000 Å
• 1 nm = 10.00000000 Å
• 1 nm = 10.000000000 Å
• 1 nm = 10.0000000000 Å

## How many angstroms are in a nanometer?

There are 10 angstroms in one nanometer. A nanometer is 10 times longer than an angstrom. An angstrom is 10.00% of a nanometer

## Nanometers to angstroms conversion factor and formulas

Formula

The conversion factor between nanometers and angstroms is 10. This represents the ratio of angstroms per one nanometer. To calculate the value in angstroms, we can either multiply by the conversion factor or divide by its inverse.

### Multiplication

To convert from nanometers to angstroms, multiply nanometers by 10.
The formula is expressed as:
nm × 10 = Å

### Division

Alternatively we can divide by the inverse conversion factor to get the same result.
The inverse of 10 is 1/10 or 0.1. To convert from nanometers to angstroms, divide nanometers by 0.1.
The formula is expressed as:
nm ÷ 0.1 = Å

Converting nanometers to angstroms is a conversion between units from separate unit systems - nanometers are metric (SI) defined units while angstroms are Scientific.

SI Unit

A nanometer is a metric (SI) measure of length defined as one billionth (1/1,000,000,000) of a meter or a millionth (1/1,000,000) of a millimeter. The nanometer is frequently used for measurement of integrated circuitry in the computer semiconductor industry. The symbol for nanometer (or nanometre) is nm.

Scientific Unit

The angstrom is a measure of length defined as one ten billionth (1/10,000,000,000) of a meter or a ten millionth (1/10,000,000) of a millimeter. While it is based on the meter, it is not officially part of the SI metric system. The unit is named after Swedish physicist Jonas �ngstrom. The angstrom is used by the scientific community for measurement at the atomic or molecular scale. The symbol for angstrom is Å.

## Reverse this conversion

Convert from angstroms to nanometers instead.

## 1 nanometers to other length units

### Metric

• 1 nm = 1×10-12 km
• 1 nm = 1×10-9 m
• 1 nm = 1×10-8 dm
• 1 nm = 1×10-7 cm
• 1 nm = 1×10-6 mm
• 1 nm = 0.001 µ
• 1 nm = 1 nm

### Imperial/U.S.

• 1 nm = 6.214×10-13 mi
• 1 nm = 1.094×10-9 yd
• 1 nm = 3.281×10-9 ft
• 1 nm = 3.937×10-8 in

## References and Citations

1. International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM) The International System of Units (SI)
2. International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM) The International System of Units (SI) (2006)

## Nanometers to angstroms conversion table

nm
1 nm 10 Å
2 nm 20 Å
3 nm 30 Å
4 nm 40 Å
5 nm 50 Å
6 nm 60 Å
7 nm 70 Å
8 nm 80 Å
9 nm 90 Å
10 nm 100 Å
nm
20 nm 200 Å
30 nm 300 Å
40 nm 400 Å
50 nm 500 Å
60 nm 600 Å
70 nm 700 Å
80 nm 800 Å
90 nm 900 Å
100 nm 1,000 Å
1,000 nm 10,000 Å