# Microns to Chains Converter

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Convert Chains to Microns (ch to µ) ▶

## Conversion Table

 microns to chains µ ch 10000000 µ 0.4971 ch 20000000 µ 0.9942 ch 30000000 µ 1.4913 ch 40000000 µ 1.9884 ch 50000000 µ 2.4855 ch 60000000 µ 2.9826 ch 70000000 µ 3.4797 ch 80000000 µ 3.9768 ch 90000000 µ 4.4739 ch 100000000 µ 4.971 ch 110000000 µ 5.4681 ch 120000000 µ 5.9652 ch 130000000 µ 6.4623 ch 140000000 µ 6.9594 ch 150000000 µ 7.4565 ch 160000000 µ 7.9536 ch 170000000 µ 8.4506 ch 180000000 µ 8.9477 ch 190000000 µ 9.4448 ch 200000000 µ 9.9419 ch

## How to convert

1 micron (µ) = 4.97097E-08 chain (ch). Micron (µ) is a unit of Length used in Metric system. Chain (ch) is a unit of Length used in Standard system.

## Micron: A Unit of Length

A micron is a unit of length that is equal to one millionth of a meter. It is also known as a micrometer or a micrometre. The symbol for micron is µm.

## How to Convert Micron

To convert micron to other units of length, we need to use some conversion factors. Here are some common conversion factors for US Standard system and SI system:

• 1 inch = 25,400 µm
• 1 foot = 304,800 µm
• 1 mile = 1,609,344,000 µm
• 1 centimeter = 10,000 µm
• 1 meter = 1,000,000 µm
• 1 kilometer = 1,000,000,000 µm

Using these conversion factors, we can multiply or divide the number of microns by the appropriate factor to get the equivalent length in another unit. For example:

• To convert 50 µm to inches, we divide 50 by 25,400 and get 0.00197 inches.
• To convert 3 feet to microns, we multiply 3 by 304,800 and get 914,400 µm.

## Chain: A Unit of Length

The chain is a unit of length that is equal to 66 feet or 22 yards or 4 rods or 100 links. It is part of the US customary and imperial measurement systems. It is used for measuring land, especially in surveying and mapping. The symbol for chain is ch. There are 10 chains in a furlong, and 80 chains in one statute mile. An acre is the area of 10 square chains. The unit is named after the chain, a measuring device that was invented by Edmund Gunter, a clergyman and mathematician, in the 17th century. The chain is also sometimes called a Gunter’s chain, a surveyor’s chain or a land chain. In this article, we will explore the definition, history, usage and conversion of the chain as a unit of length.

## How to Convert

The chain can be converted to other units of length by using conversion factors or formulas. Here are some examples of how to convert chains to other units of length in the US customary system, the imperial system and the SI system:

• To convert chains to feet, multiply by 66. For example, 10 ch = 10 × 66 = 660 ft.
• To convert chains to yards, multiply by 22. For example, 10 ch = 10 × 22 = 220 yd.
• To convert chains to miles, divide by 80. For example, 10 ch = 10 / 80 = 0.125 mi.
• To convert chains to centimeters, multiply by 2011.68. For example, one ch = one × 2011.68 = 2011.68 cm.
• To convert chains to meters, multiply by 20.1168. For example, one ch = one × 20.1168 = 20.1168 m.
• To convert chains to kilometers, divide by 49.7097. For example, 10 ch = 10 / 49.7097 = 0.2012 km.

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