Conversion from Millimeter (mm) to Nanometer (nm) and vice versa

Updated on by Stefan Banse

Here you can convert the Unit of length Millimeter into the unit Nanometer and vice versa you can convert Nanometer into Millimeter. By clicking the "Swap units" icon, you will always obtain the desired conversion in the calculation result, i.e., mm to nm or nm to mm. With the following calculator you can also calculate any other Unit of length.

Info about "Millimeter"

The millimeter unit is part of a metric system and is derived from the basic unit meter. 1 millimeter is equivalent to 0.001 meters or 1 meter is equivalent to 1000 millimeters. The prefix "Milli" stands for one thousandth of a meter. The millimeter belongs to the International System of Units (SI).

Info about "Nanometer"

The nanometer unit is part of a metric system and is derived from the basic unit meter. 1 nanometer is equivalent to 0.00000000001 meters, or 1 meter is equivalent to 1,000,000,000 nanometers. The prefix "Nano" stands for one billionth of a meter. The nanometer belongs to the International System of Units (SI).

Basis for conversion Millimeter (mm) to Nanometer (nm)

The abbreviation for the "Unit of length Millimeter" is mm. The abbreviation for the "Unit of length Nanometer" is nm.

Formula for the conversion of Millimeter (mm) to Nanometer (nm)

The calculation from Millimeter to Nanometer shall be made using the following conversion formula:

 Conversion formula Millimeter to Nanometer 

Determine the number of Nanometer from Millimeter

Millimeter × 1000000


Formula for the conversion of Nanometer (nm) to Millimeter (mm)

The calculation from Nanometer to Millimeter shall be made using the following conversion formula:

 Conversion formula Nanometer to Millimeter 

Determine the number of Millimeter from Nanometer

Nanometer × 1.0E-6


Overview table: How many Millimeter are how many Nanometer?

Millimeter mmNanometer nm
0.01 mm => 10 000 nm
0.02 mm => 20 000 nm
0.03 mm => 30 000 nm
0.04 mm => 40 000 nm
0.05 mm => 50 000 nm
0.06 mm => 60 000 nm
0.07 mm => 70 000 nm
0.08 mm => 80 000 nm
0.09 mm => 90 000 nm
0.10 mm => 100 000 nm
0.20 mm => 200 000 nm
0.30 mm => 300 000 nm
0.40 mm => 400 000 nm
0.50 mm => 500 000 nm
0.60 mm => 600 000 nm
0.70 mm => 700 000 nm
0.80 mm => 800 000 nm
0.90 mm => 900 000 nm
1 mm => 1 000 000 nm
2 mm => 2 000 000 nm
3 mm => 3 000 000 nm
4 mm => 4 000 000 nm
5 mm => 5 000 000 nm
6 mm => 6 000 000 nm
7 mm => 7 000 000 nm
8 mm => 8 000 000 nm
9 mm => 9 000 000 nm
10 mm => 10 000 000 nm
20 mm => 20 000 000 nm
30 mm => 30 000 000 nm
40 mm => 40 000 000 nm
50 mm => 50 000 000 nm
60 mm => 60 000 000 nm
70 mm => 70 000 000 nm
80 mm => 80 000 000 nm
90 mm => 90 000 000 nm
100 mm => 100 000 000 nm
200 mm => 200 000 000 nm
300 mm => 300 000 000 nm
400 mm => 400 000 000 nm
500 mm => 500 000 000 nm
600 mm => 600 000 000 nm
700 mm => 700 000 000 nm
800 mm => 800 000 000 nm
900 mm => 900 000 000 nm
1 000 mm => 1 000 000 000 nm

Overview table: How many Nanometer are how many Millimeter?

Nanometer nmMillimeter mm
10 nm => 0.00001 mm
20 nm => 0.00002 mm
30 nm => 0.00003 mm
40 nm => 0.00004 mm
50 nm => 0.00005 mm
60 nm => 0.00006 mm
70 nm => 0.00007 mm
80 nm => 0.00008 mm
90 nm => 0.00009 mm
100 nm => 0.00010 mm
200 nm => 0.00020 mm
300 nm => 0.00030 mm
400 nm => 0.00040 mm
500 nm => 0.00050 mm
600 nm => 0.00060 mm
700 nm => 0.00070 mm
800 nm => 0.00080 mm
900 nm => 0.00090 mm
1 000 nm => 0.00100 mm

Source information

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Last update on November 22, 2020

The last changes in the "Units of length" category were implemented by Stefan Banse on November 22, 2020. The main changes were:

  • November 5, 2020: Publication of the Length converter
  • Editorial revision of all texts in this category