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Orders of
magnitude (length)

in E notation

0 m
1 E-24 m
1 E-23 m
1 E-22 m
1 E-21 m
1 E-20 m
1 E-19 m
1 E-18 m
1 E-17 m
1 E-16 m
1 E-15 m
1 E-14 m
1 E-13 m
1 E-12 m
1 E-11 m
1 E-10 m
1 E-9 m
1 E-8 m
1 E-7 m
1 E-6 m
1 E-5 m
1 E-4 m
1 E-3 m
1 E-2 m
1 E-1 m
1 E0 m

1 E+1 m
1 E+2 m
1 E+3 m
1 E+4 m
1 E+5 m
1 E+6 m
1 E+7 m
1 E+8 m
1 E+9 m
1 E+10 m
1 E+11 m
1 E+12 m
1 E+13 m
1 E+14 m
1 E+15 m
1 E+16 m
1 E+17 m
1 E+18 m
1 E+19 m
1 E+20 m
1 E+21 m
1 E+22 m
1 E+23 m
1 E+24 m
1 E+25 m
1 E+26 m

To help compare different orders of magnitude this page lists lengths between 10−7 and 10−6 m (100 nm and 1 µm).

Distances shorter than 100 nm

  • 100 nm — greatest particle size that can fit through a surgical mask
  • 120 nm — greatest particle size that can fit through a ULPA filter
  • 125 nm — standard depth of pits on compact discs (width: 500 nm, length: 850 nm to 3.5 µm)
  • 180 nm — typical length of the rabies virus
  • 200 nm — typical size of a Mycoplasma bacterium, among the smallest bacteria
  • 280 nm — near ultraviolet wavelength
  • 300 nm — greatest particle size that can fit through a HEPA filter
  • 380-420 nm — wavelength of violet light (see color and optical spectrum)
  • 420-440 nm — wavelength of indigo light
  • 440-500 nm — wavelength of blue light
  • 500-520 nm — wavelength of cyan light
  • 520-565 nm — wavelength of green light
  • 565-590 nm — wavelength of yellow light
  • 590-625 nm — wavelength of orange light
  • 625-740 nm — wavelength of red light

Distances longer than 1 µm

See also

ko:1 E-7 m sh:1 E-7 m


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