How many micromolars in 1 nanomolar?
The answer is 0.001 micromolars. Converting between nanomolar and micromolar is simple: there are 1,000 nanomolars in 1 micromolar. This is because ‘nano-‘ denotes a factor of 10^-9 and ‘micro-‘ denotes a factor of 10^-6.
Measurement Units: Nanomolar and Micromolar
- The nanomolar (nM) is a unit of concentration that represents one billionth of a molar (10^-9 M).
- The micromolar (µM) is a unit of concentration that is one millionth of a molar (10^-6 M).
The SI derived unit for molarity (amount-of-substance concentration) is the mole per cubic meter (mol/m³).
1 mole/cubic meter is equivalent to:
- 1,000,000 nanomolar (nM), or
- 1,000 micromolar (µM)
Please note that while we strive for accuracy, rounding errors may occasionally occur. It is always best practice to double-check your results.
Enter your values in nanomolar to receive the equivalent concentration in micromolar.
Quick Conversion Chart of Nanomolar to Micromolar
|Nanomolar (nM)||Micromolar (µM)|
|1 nM||0.001 µM|
|10 nM||0.01 µM|
|50 nM||0.05 µM|
|100 nM||0.1 µM|
|200 nM||0.2 µM|
|500 nM||0.5 µM|
|1,000 nM||1 µM|
Use this conversion chart as a quick reference to convert between nanomolar and micromolar units, or try our conversion tool for more precise calculations.
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