Conversion number between **x unit; siegbahn** [xu] and
**mil (Sweden and Norway)** [mil] is **1.0021 × 10 ^{-17}**.
This means, that x unit; siegbahn is smaller unit than mil (Sweden and Norway).

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Result in **mil (Sweden and Norway)**

- 1 x unit; siegbahn = `(1.0021*10^-13) / (10000)` =
**1.0021 × 10**mil (Sweden and Norway)^{-17} - 1 mil (Sweden and Norway) = `(10000) / (1.0021*10^-13)` =
**9.9790440075841 × 10**x unit; siegbahn^{+16} - ? x unit; siegbahn × `(1.0021*10^-13 ("m"/"x unit; siegbahn")) / (10000 ("m"/"mil (Sweden and Norway)"))` =
**?**mil (Sweden and Norway)

If conversion between **x unit; siegbahn to metre** and **metre to mil (Sweden and Norway)** is exactly definied, high precision conversion from x unit; siegbahn to mil (Sweden and Norway) is enabled.

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x unit; siegbahn | mil (Sweden and Norway) |
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0 | 0 |

10 | 1.0021 × 10^{-16} |

20 | 2.0042 × 10^{-16} |

30 | 3.0063 × 10^{-16} |

40 | 4.0084 × 10^{-16} |

50 | 5.0105 × 10^{-16} |

60 | 6.0126 × 10^{-16} |

70 | 7.0147 × 10^{-16} |

80 | 8.0168 × 10^{-16} |

90 | 9.0189 × 10^{-16} |

100 | 1.0021 × 10^{-15} |

110 | 1.10231 × 10^{-15} |

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Convert **X unit; siegbahn to other unit:**

### x unit; siegbahn

Definition of x unit; siegbahn unit: ≈ 1.0021x10^{-13}.

Convert **Mil (Sweden and Norway) to other unit:**

### mil (Sweden and Norway)

Definition of mil (Sweden and Norway) unit: ≡ 10 km .

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