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Micrometer   (translated from French)
Micrometer One micrometer (symbol ?m) is worth 10 -6 = 0, 000 001 meter . The name before was used micron ; it was withdrawn from international system in 1968 . The symbol which it used (µ) is now reserved for the prefix IF " microphone " Another meaning One micrometer (or micrometer caliper) is also a ...
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Talk:Micrometre This was claimed to be merged with ...
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Micrometer (measuring apparatus)   (translated from French)
Micrometer (measuring apparatus) micrometer, or "micrometer caliper", is one appareil of measurement lengths. It is very much used in mechanics to measure thicknesses, cylindrical diameters of ranges (micrometer of outside) or pitch circle diameters or of alésage (micrometer of interior). The micrometer is also a measuring instrument used in astronomy to ...
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Arctic Silver
... doesn’t contain any silicone and contains sub-micrometre zinc oxide, aluminium oxide and boron nitride ... Thermal conductivity of 0.001 in (25 micrometre) layer: >350 kW/(m²·K) Thermal resistance of 0.001 in (25 micrometre) layer: <2.9 mm·K/W Arctic Alumina ... to AS5, however is manufactured using sub-micrometre aluminium oxide. Thermal conductivity of 0.001 in (25 micrometre) layer: >4.0 kW/(m²·K) Thermal ...
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Talk:Submillimetre astronomy
Talk:Submillimetre astronomy Micrometre I don't think I've met ... regions such as the USA. But the micrometre is understood by astronomers and used by ... note what the IAU says: The name micrometre should be used instead of micron. IAU ... infra-red sky in the 8,120 micrometre wavelength.OOSA The 15-micrometre mapping of the western section of ...
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... managed not to notice that a micrometer = micrometre = 1/1 000 000 metres, not 1 ... it's µm? Especially since the page micrometre gives the correct info, making it trivial ... good idea to duplicate the definition of micrometre. Duplication of data encourages errors. Why not just leave the link to micrometre? In Wikipedia, there are no editors for ... measuring device, which is never called a micrometre. Because many Americans may type micrometre ...
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Talk:Units of measurement/Format of articles about units
... different page that does answer the question. Micrometre page tells me how many micrometers in ... that used to be included in the micrometre article, concerning the alternate spelling of this ... To answer your specific points of loss: micrometre: 'alternate spelling', 'measuring instrument'. The text was ... for other multiples such as millimetre and micrometre. The explanation of millimetre is simple with ...
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Talk:Colloidal gold
... out over the use of micron versus micrometre and M versus mol. Am I right ... old and deprecated (although common) alternative for micrometre, and M actually refers to the molarity ... excited about the difference between micron and micrometre, but we don't need a host ... links to micron simply redirect to the micrometre article. At the very least, such redirect ...
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... Thoroughbred" core was on a 0.13 micrometre (130 nm) process, updated from the 0.18 micrometre (180 nm) process of its "Palomino" predecessor ... initially troublesome transition to the 0.13 micrometre process neared completion, AMD began producing large numbers of 0.13 micrometre parts in the 1700+ to 2400+ speed ...
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Engineered Cementitious Composite
... less than 2%; df for steel ~ 500 micrometre Mostly steel, Vf usually > 5%; df ~ 150 micrometre Tailored, polymer fibers , Vf usually less than 2%; df < 50 micrometre Matrix Coarse aggregates Fine aggregates Controlled for ...
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