# Fermi to Points (Didot; European) Conversion

Fermi to point (Didot; European) conversion allow you make a conversion between fermi and point (Didot; European) easily. You can find the tool in the following.

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= 2.66 × 10-12
= 2.66E-12
= 2.66e-12

= 3.99 × 10-12
= 3.99E-12
= 3.99e-12

= 5.32 × 10-12
= 5.32E-12
= 5.32e-12

= 6.65 × 10-12
= 6.65E-12
= 6.65e-12

= 7.98 × 10-12
= 7.98E-12
= 7.98e-12

### Quick Look: fermi to points (Didot; European)

 fermi 1 fm 2 fm 3 fm 4 fm 5 fm 6 fm 7 fm 8 fm 9 fm 10 fm 11 fm 12 fm 13 fm 14 fm 15 fm 16 fm 17 fm 18 fm 19 fm 20 fm 21 fm 22 fm 23 fm 24 fm 25 fm 26 fm 27 fm 28 fm 29 fm 30 fm 31 fm 32 fm 33 fm 34 fm 35 fm 36 fm 37 fm 38 fm 39 fm 40 fm 41 fm 42 fm 43 fm 44 fm 45 fm 46 fm 47 fm 48 fm 49 fm 50 fm 51 fm 52 fm 53 fm 54 fm 55 fm 56 fm 57 fm 58 fm 59 fm 60 fm 61 fm 62 fm 63 fm 64 fm 65 fm 66 fm 67 fm 68 fm 69 fm 70 fm 71 fm 72 fm 73 fm 74 fm 75 fm 76 fm 77 fm 78 fm 79 fm 80 fm 81 fm 82 fm 83 fm 84 fm 85 fm 86 fm 87 fm 88 fm 89 fm 90 fm 91 fm 92 fm 93 fm 94 fm 95 fm 96 fm 97 fm 98 fm 99 fm 100 fm point (Didot; European) 2.65999999734 × 10-12 pt 5.31999999468 × 10-12 pt 7.97999999202 × 10-12 pt 1.063999998936 × 10-11 pt 1.32999999867 × 10-11 pt 1.595999998404 × 10-11 pt 1.861999998138 × 10-11 pt 2.127999997872 × 10-11 pt 2.393999997606 × 10-11 pt 2.65999999734 × 10-11 pt 2.925999997074 × 10-11 pt 3.191999996808 × 10-11 pt 3.457999996542 × 10-11 pt 3.723999996276 × 10-11 pt 3.98999999601 × 10-11 pt 4.255999995744 × 10-11 pt 4.521999995478 × 10-11 pt 4.787999995212 × 10-11 pt 5.053999994946 × 10-11 pt 5.31999999468 × 10-11 pt 5.585999994414 × 10-11 pt 5.851999994148 × 10-11 pt 6.117999993882 × 10-11 pt 6.383999993616 × 10-11 pt 6.64999999335 × 10-11 pt 6.915999993084 × 10-11 pt 7.181999992818 × 10-11 pt 7.447999992552 × 10-11 pt 7.713999992286 × 10-11 pt 7.97999999202 × 10-11 pt 8.245999991754 × 10-11 pt 8.511999991488 × 10-11 pt 8.777999991222 × 10-11 pt 9.043999990956 × 10-11 pt 9.30999999069 × 10-11 pt 9.575999990424 × 10-11 pt 9.841999990158 × 10-11 pt 1.0107999989892 × 10-10 pt 1.0373999989626 × 10-10 pt 1.063999998936 × 10-10 pt 1.0905999989094 × 10-10 pt 1.1171999988828 × 10-10 pt 1.1437999988562 × 10-10 pt 1.1703999988296 × 10-10 pt 1.196999998803 × 10-10 pt 1.2235999987764 × 10-10 pt 1.2501999987498 × 10-10 pt 1.2767999987232 × 10-10 pt 1.3033999986966 × 10-10 pt 1.32999999867 × 10-10 pt 1.3565999986434 × 10-10 pt 1.3831999986168 × 10-10 pt 1.4097999985902 × 10-10 pt 1.4363999985636 × 10-10 pt 1.462999998537 × 10-10 pt 1.4895999985104 × 10-10 pt 1.5161999984838 × 10-10 pt 1.5427999984572 × 10-10 pt 1.5693999984306 × 10-10 pt 1.595999998404 × 10-10 pt 1.6225999983774 × 10-10 pt 1.6491999983508 × 10-10 pt 1.6757999983242 × 10-10 pt 1.7023999982976 × 10-10 pt 1.728999998271 × 10-10 pt 1.7555999982444 × 10-10 pt 1.7821999982178 × 10-10 pt 1.8087999981912 × 10-10 pt 1.8353999981646 × 10-10 pt 1.861999998138 × 10-10 pt 1.8885999981114 × 10-10 pt 1.9151999980848 × 10-10 pt 1.9417999980582 × 10-10 pt 1.9683999980316 × 10-10 pt 1.994999998005 × 10-10 pt 2.0215999979784 × 10-10 pt 2.0481999979518 × 10-10 pt 2.0747999979252 × 10-10 pt 2.1013999978986 × 10-10 pt 2.127999997872 × 10-10 pt 2.1545999978454 × 10-10 pt 2.1811999978188 × 10-10 pt 2.2077999977922 × 10-10 pt 2.2343999977656 × 10-10 pt 2.260999997739 × 10-10 pt 2.2875999977124 × 10-10 pt 2.3141999976858 × 10-10 pt 2.3407999976592 × 10-10 pt 2.3673999976326 × 10-10 pt 2.393999997606 × 10-10 pt 2.4205999975794 × 10-10 pt 2.4471999975528 × 10-10 pt 2.4737999975262 × 10-10 pt 2.5003999974996 × 10-10 pt 2.526999997473 × 10-10 pt 2.5535999974464 × 10-10 pt 2.5801999974198 × 10-10 pt 2.6067999973932 × 10-10 pt 2.6333999973666 × 10-10 pt 2.65999999734 × 10-10 pt

The femtometre (American spelling femtometer, symbol fm derived from the Danish and Norwegian word femten, "fifteen"+Ancient Greek: μέτρον, metrοn, "unit of measurement") is an SI unit of length equal to 10−15 metres, which means a quadrillionth of one. This distance can also be called a fermi and was so named in honour of physicist Enrico Fermi, as it is a typical length-scale of nuclear physics.

Name of unitSymbolDefinitionRelation to SI unitsUnit System
fermifm

≡ 1×10−15 m

≡ 1×10−15 m

Metric system Non-SI

#### conversion table

fermipoints (Didot; European)fermipoints (Didot; European)
1≈ 2.65999999734E-124≈ 1.063999998936E-11
1.5≈ 3.98999999601E-124.5≈ 1.196999998803E-11
2≈ 5.31999999468E-125≈ 1.32999999867E-11
2.5≈ 6.64999999335E-125.5≈ 1.462999998537E-11
3≈ 7.97999999202E-126≈ 1.595999998404E-11

In typography, the point is the smallest unit of measure. It is used for measuring font size, leading, and other items on a printed page.

Name of unitSymbolDefinitionRelation to SI unitsUnit System
point (Didot; European)pt

≡  112 ×  172 of pied du roi;

After 1878:
≡  5133 cm

≈ 0.00037597 m;

After 1878:
≈ 0.00037593985 m

Other (Length)

### conversion table

points (Didot; European)fermipoints (Didot; European)fermi
1≈ 3759398500004≈ 1503759400000
1.5≈ 5639097750004.5≈ 1691729325000
2≈ 7518797000005≈ 1879699250000
2.5≈ 9398496250005.5≈ 2067669175000
3≈ 11278195500006≈ 2255639100000

### Conversion table

fermipoints (Didot; European)
1≈ 2.65999999734 × 10-12
375 939 850 000≈ 1

### Legend

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digitsindicates that digits repeat infinitely (e.g. 8.294 369 corresponds to 8.294 369 369 369 369 …)