circular mil; circular thou to barn conversion

Conversion number between circular mil; circular thou [circ mil] and barn [b] is 5.067074790975 × 10+18. This means, that circular mil; circular thou is bigger unit than barn.

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from barn to circular mil; circular thou conversion

Enter the number in circular mil; circular thou:

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
[circ mil]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in barn

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Calculation process of conversion value

High precision conversion

If conversion between circular mil; circular thou to square-metre and square-metre to barn is exactly definied, high precision conversion from circular mil; circular thou to barn is enabled.

Since definition contain rounded number(s) too, there is no sense for high precision calculation, but if you want, you can enable it. Keep in mind, that converted number will be inaccurate due this rounding error!


circular mil; circular thou to barn conversion chart

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circular mil; circular thoubarn
105.067074790975 × 10+19
201.013414958195 × 10+20
301.5201224372925 × 10+20
402.02682991639 × 10+20
502.5335373954875 × 10+20
603.040244874585 × 10+20
703.5469523536825 × 10+20
804.05365983278 × 10+20
904.5603673118775 × 10+20
1005.067074790975 × 10+20
1105.5737822700725 × 10+20
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Details about circular mil; circular thou and barn units:

Convert Circular mil; circular thou to other unit:

circular mil; circular thou

Definition of circular mil; circular thou unit: ≡  π⁄4 mil². Area of circle with diameter of 1 mil, value exactly π × 1.6129×10-10 ≈ 5.067075×10-10 m²

Convert Barn to other unit:


Definition of barn unit: ≡ 10−28 m². Originally used in nuclear physics for expressing the cross sectional area of nuclei and nuclear reactions.

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