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  • noun Plural form of femtometer.


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  • That number might be taken with a grain of salt (something which is measured in millimeters, not femtometers), because in 2003, the University of California, Berkeley came up with a world data creation number of only 5 exabytes (and isn't it a remarkable world when I can say "only 5 exabytes" and have it mean something?)

    ianrandalstrock's Journal ianrandalstrock 2007

  • But the study team found it to be 0.84184 femtometers.

    Discover Blogs 2010


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