# square mile to barn conversion

Conversion number between square mile [sq mi] and barn [b] is 2.589988110336 × 10+34. This means, that square mile is bigger unit than barn.

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### Enter the number in square mile:

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [sq mi]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in barn

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 square mile = (exactly) (2.589988110336*10^06) / (1*10^-28) = 2.589988110336 × 10+34 barn
• 1 barn = (exactly) (1*10^-28) / (2.589988110336*10^06) = 3.8610215854245 × 10-35 square mile
• ? square mile × (2.589988110336*10^06  ("m²"/"square mile")) / (1*10^-28  ("m²"/"barn")) = ? barn

### High precision conversion

If conversion between square mile to square-metre and square-metre to barn is exactly definied, high precision conversion from square mile to barn is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

square mile
Result in barn:
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### square mile to barn conversion chart

 Start value: [square mile] Step size [square mile] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
square milebarn
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102.589988110336 × 10+35
205.179976220672 × 10+35
307.769964331008 × 10+35
401.0359952441344 × 10+36
501.294994055168 × 10+36
601.5539928662016 × 10+36
701.8129916772352 × 10+36
802.0719904882688 × 10+36
902.3309892993024 × 10+36
1002.589988110336 × 10+36
1102.8489869213696 × 10+36
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about square mile and barn units:

Convert Square mile to other unit:

### square mile

Definition of square mile unit: ≡ 1 mi × 1 mi. Area equal with 1 mile by 1 mile square =1609.344 x 1609.344 = 2.589988110336×106 m²

Convert Barn to other unit:

### barn

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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