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zettameter (plural zettameters)

  1. US spelling of zettametre
    • 2015, Claude Phipps, No Wonder You Wonder!: Great Inventions and Scientific Mysteries, →ISBN:
      On the other extreme, our galaxy (we call it the Milky Way) is about 0.9 Zm (Zettameters, 100 million trillion meters) in diameter.
    • 2016, Richard N. Aufmann, Joanne Lockwood, Richard D. Nation, Mathematical Excursions, →ISBN, page 364:
      What is the speed of light in Zm (zettameters) per second?
    • 2017, Walter D. Loveland, David J. Morrissey, Glenn T. Seaborg, Modern Nuclear Chemistry, →ISBN, page 2:
      The size scale for the nuclear chemistry laboratory ranges from zeptometers (10−21 m) to zettameters (1021 m).