bohr, atomic unit of length to foot (Cape) conversion

Conversion number between bohr, atomic unit of length [a0] and foot (Cape) is 1.6806831600212 × 10-10. This means, that bohr, atomic unit of length is smaller unit than foot (Cape).

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bohr, atomic unit of lengthfoot (Cape)
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101.6806831600212 × 10-9
203.3613663200424 × 10-9
305.0420494800635 × 10-9
406.7227326400847 × 10-9
508.4034158001059 × 10-9
601.0084098960127 × 10-8
701.1764782120148 × 10-8
801.3445465280169 × 10-8
901.5126148440191 × 10-8
1001.6806831600212 × 10-8
1101.8487514760233 × 10-8
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bohr, atomic unit of length

Definition of bohr, atomic unit of length unit: = Bohr radius of hydrogen .

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foot (Cape)

Definition of foot (Cape) unit: 1.033 ft. Legally defined as 1.033 English feet in 1859 . It's of chiefly historical interest


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