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It has so do with the amount of gold plating is on an item lets say a watch, you take it to the jewelers and by knowing how many microns the gold layer is he can effectively polish your watch or whatever it may be with out hitting the base metal there is a sight that explains it better and gives examples of micron thickness as compared to . You just have to search it out.

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The words plaque or g10 microns is put on a watch to tell how much gold plating is on it. The value depends on the watch and its condition.

5 microns is smaller than 10 microns

Is 5 smaller than 10? YES. So 5 microns is smaller than 10 microns.

10 Microns.

10 microns = 0.01 millimeters

10 microns equates to 0.001cm

10 microns is equal to 0.01 millimetres.

There are 1000 microns in one millimetre. Therefore, 10 millimetres is equal to 1000 x 10 = 10000 microns.

If you mean 0.01 mm, this would be 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 than 5 ;therefore, 5 microns is lesser.

There are 1000 microns (micrometres) in a millimetre. Therefore to convert microns to mm, you divide by 1000. So 10 microns is 0.01mm and 100 microns is 0.1mm.

10 micron thickness plating (usually gold)

It would be 10 picometres or 0.00001 microns

There are 25400 microns in one inch. Therefore, to convert inches to microns, multiply by 25400. For example, 10 inches is equal to 10 x 25400 = 254000 microns.

1 micron = 10^(-6) metres. 1 millimetre = 10^(-3) metres = 10^3 x 10^(-6) metres = 10^3 microns = 1000 microns. Thus 0.1 millimetres = 0.1 x 1000 microns = 100 microns.

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I assume you mean what is a hundredth of a millimetre. There are 1000 microns in a millimetre. This means 1/100 of a mm, i.e. 0.01 mm is 10 microns.

2.5 microns = 9.84251969 × 10-5 inches

Rounded to three significant figures, 10 microns is equal to 0.000394 inches.

10 microns is 0.000001 meter or 0.0001 cm

7 micron will filter smaller particles than 10 micron.

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Yes, I can.

No. It would be 10 microns. (1 millimeter = 1,000 microns)

1 nanometer = 10^-9 meter 1 micron = 10^-6 meter Number of microns in 1 nanometer = (10^-9)/(10^-6) = 1/1000