Microns to Chains

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ch =
µ * 0.000000049710
 
 
 
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Microns Chains
0µ 0.00ch
1µ 0.00ch
2µ 0.00ch
3µ 0.00ch
4µ 0.00ch
5µ 0.00ch
6µ 0.00ch
7µ 0.00ch
8µ 0.00ch
9µ 0.00ch
10µ 0.00ch
11µ 0.00ch
12µ 0.00ch
13µ 0.00ch
14µ 0.00ch
15µ 0.00ch
16µ 0.00ch
17µ 0.00ch
18µ 0.00ch
19µ 0.00ch
Microns Chains
20µ 0.00ch
21µ 0.00ch
22µ 0.00ch
23µ 0.00ch
24µ 0.00ch
25µ 0.00ch
26µ 0.00ch
27µ 0.00ch
28µ 0.00ch
29µ 0.00ch
30µ 0.00ch
31µ 0.00ch
32µ 0.00ch
33µ 0.00ch
34µ 0.00ch
35µ 0.00ch
36µ 0.00ch
37µ 0.00ch
38µ 0.00ch
39µ 0.00ch
Microns Chains
40µ 0.00ch
41µ 0.00ch
42µ 0.00ch
43µ 0.00ch
44µ 0.00ch
45µ 0.00ch
46µ 0.00ch
47µ 0.00ch
48µ 0.00ch
49µ 0.00ch
50µ 0.00ch
51µ 0.00ch
52µ 0.00ch
53µ 0.00ch
54µ 0.00ch
55µ 0.00ch
56µ 0.00ch
57µ 0.00ch
58µ 0.00ch
59µ 0.00ch
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Microns

1/1000000th of a meter. Also known as a Micrometer

ch =
µ * 0.000000049710
 
 
 

Chains

Unit of length equal to 66 feet, used especially in the U.S. public land surveys. The original measuring instrument (Gunter's chain) was literally a chain consisting of 100 iron links, each 7.92 inches long. Steel-ribbon tapes began to supersede chains around 1900, but surveying tapes are often still called "chains" and measuring with a tape is often called "chaining". The chain is a convenient unit in cadastral surveys because 10 square chains equal 1 acre.

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