## Convert arpent [Canada] to square micrometre

 arpent square micrometer

How many arpent in 1 square micrometer? The answer is 2.9249259262509E-16. We assume you are converting between arpent [Canada] and square micrometre. You can view more details on each measurement unit: arpent or square micrometer The SI derived unit for area is the square meter. 1 square meter is equal to 0.00029249259262509 arpent, or 1000000000000 square micrometer. Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results. Use this page to learn how to convert between arpent [Canada] and square micrometers. Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units!

## Quick conversion chart of arpent to square micrometer

1 arpent to square micrometer = 3.41889E+15 square micrometer

2 arpent to square micrometer = 6.83778E+15 square micrometer

3 arpent to square micrometer = 1.025667E+16 square micrometer

4 arpent to square micrometer = 1.367556E+16 square micrometer

5 arpent to square micrometer = 1.709445E+16 square micrometer

6 arpent to square micrometer = 2.051334E+16 square micrometer

7 arpent to square micrometer = 2.393223E+16 square micrometer

8 arpent to square micrometer = 2.735112E+16 square micrometer

9 arpent to square micrometer = 3.077001E+16 square micrometer

10 arpent to square micrometer = 3.41889E+16 square micrometer

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## Definition: Arpent

unit of land area slightly smaller than an acre

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