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How many square angstrom in 1 acre?
The answer is 4.0468564224E+23.
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The SI derived unit for area is the square meter.
1 square meter is equal to 1.0E+20 square angstrom, or 0.00024710538146717 acre.
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A square angstrom is defined as the area of a square with sides one angstrom in length.
The definition of a angstrom is as follows:
An angstrom or ångström (Å) is a non-SI unit of length equal to 10-10 metres, 0.1 nanometres or 100 picometres.
An acre is a measure of land area in Imperial units or U.S. customary units. It is equal to 43 560 square feet, 4840 square yards, or 160 square rods. The precise meaning of this depends on the exact definition adopted for a foot: the international acre is 4 046.856 422 4 m² (for the UK, see). For measurements based specifically on the US survey foot the US survey acre is ca. 4 046.872 610 m².
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