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They just divide up seconds, into milli- micro- nano- etc. It's possible that the shortest interval of time is 10 to the -43 power seconds ... if time is discreet. Further details: The smallest measurable and meaningful unit of time is Planck time. In physics, this is equal to the time it takes for light to travel, in a vacuum, a distance of 1 Planck length. However, since most of us cannot relate to physics, the shortest unit of time is the Yoctosecond, which is one septillionth (short scale) of a second.

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0By unit of length and distance and conversion ,we can say that the smallest unit of length in measurement is fero meter

There is no smallest measurement since you cannot compare the size of a second (time) with a gram (mass). Furthermore, by suitable use of prefices, you can always find a smaller unit even if it has no real life application.

Units of measurement aren't made up of anything. The smallest unit of measurement is the Plank unit - 10^-35m. The smallest sub atomic particle is a Neutrino, and it is made up of, a Neutrino!

The smallest unit of measurement used to describe the storage capacity of a computer is a "bit".

None. The smallest unit of measurement of computer memory is byte. Or to be more logical- bit.

The Planck length

The answer depends on the instrument used for measuring.

Fluid millimeter

For a normal school protractor it is 1 degree.

A Centigram is the second smallest unit to measure mass

the smallest measurement in the us

Time is not a unit of measurement, but there are measurements that are done in units of time. Examples are seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, and years.

It is an age. The second smallest is a period.

The smallest unit of geologic time is an age, followed by epoch, period, era, eon, and super eon.

the smallest form of measurement is a nanometer

bad question. Unit of measurement of what? Distance? Volume? Sound? Force? mass? I would say micrometers is generally the smallest measurement of distance in microbiology. Although some things, like DNA, proteins are measured in nm.

1 microliter is the smallest unit of volume amongst the rest of unit of measurement.1 litre is the biggest of all.

The are several possible sets of measures that could be termed fundamental. For example time can be defined in terms of distance by considering the time taken by electromagnetic radiation to cover a specified distance. Having said that, the seven basic measurements are:metre (m) - unit of measurement of lengthkilogram (kg) - unit of measurement of masssecond (s) - unit of measurement of timekelvin (K) - unit of measurement of thermodynamic temperatureampere (A) - unit of measurement of electric currentmole (mol) - unit of measurement of amount of substancecandela (cd) - unit of measurement of luminous intensity

The unit of measurement in all sciences is metric, which the basic metric unit of time is the second.

You cannot convert a unit of measurement to a unit of time.

Any type of measurement is a unit rate. The speed limit is a measurement of time and distance.

Time is measured in seconds.

When it comes to the items on that list, the milliliteris the smallest, and the gallon is the largest.

A rate of measurement is the number of measurements made per unit of time.

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