#### How many nanomolars in 1 micromolar?

**The answer is 1,000 nanomolars.** Conversion from micromolar to nanomolar is straightforward since ‘micro-‘ denotes a factor of 10^-6 and ‘nano-‘ denotes a factor of 10^-9.

#### Measurement Units: Micromolar and Nanomolar

- The
**micromolar (µM)**is a unit of concentration that represents one millionth of a molar (10^-6 M). - The
**nanomolar (nM)**is a unit of concentration that signifies one billionth of a molar (10^-9 M).

In the SI derived unit for molarity, which is mole per cubic meter (mol/m³):

1 mole/cubic meter is equivalent to:

- 1,000 micromolar (µM), or
- 1,000,000 nanomolar (nM)

We recommend users to always verify their results since small rounding errors may occur.

#### Conversion Form

Input your concentration in micromolar to get the equivalent concentration in nanomolar.

### Quick Conversion Chart of Micromolar to Nanomolar

Micromolar (µM) | Nanomolar (nM) |
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1 µM | 1,000 nM |

10 µM | 10,000 nM |

50 µM | 50,000 nM |

100 µM | 100,000 nM |

200 µM | 200,000 nM |

500 µM | 500,000 nM |

1,000 µM | 1,000,000 nM |

This conversion chart allows for quick reference when converting between micromolar and nanomolar units. For more precise or large amount conversions, use our converter tool for accurate results.

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