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What are microns in water?

Wet Microns! A Micron is a commonly used, but theoretically defunct way of say a millionth of a metre or micrometre (The spelling is meter or micrometer in the U.S.). So askin (MORE)

Are micronations illegal?

No, Micronations are completely legal under international law, and often act just like normal countries (macronations).
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Is a 5 micron filter better then 30 micron?

Yes - a 5 micron will filter out much smaller particles than a 30 micron.
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5 micron water filter compared to 20 micron?

A 5 Micron is more fine then a 20 Micron, It means, if a particle has a thickness of 1 micron. only 5 numbers of particle can be passed through a 5 Micron filter at a time whi (MORE)
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Symbol for micron?

μ (Greek small letter Mu) - should really be μm (micrometer (0.001 mm)) as it is a measure of distance. Not an approved SI unit.
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Is 5 microns smaller or larger than 10 microns?

5 microns is smaller than 10 microns because if they both have the same index or exponent then the value of the 5 and 10 must or are compared . We all know that 10 is greater (MORE)

What is micron gold?

  Answer   Micron Gold is very fine gold particles. My experience with it is with mining bentonite where we found very small gold particles mixed in with the bentoni (MORE)

What is a micron?

it is an unit to measurement of length.   10000micron =1centimeter   Answer   A 'micron' is an obsolete term for a micrometer  (one-millionth of a metre).
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What is micron and mesh?

A micron is a micrometer, or one millionth of a meter (1/1,000,000 meters, or 1 x 10-6 meters). Mesh is a term used for a "screen" or "net" of some kind made of interlacing fi (MORE)
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What is 10 microns?

Micron is the unofficial name for a micrometer. A micrometre (or micrometer) is by definition 1×10−6 of a metre (SI Standard prefix "micro" = 10−6); that is, one-milliont (MORE)