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 (μL) [mi´kro-le″ter]
one millionth (10−6) of a liter.

mi·cro·li·ter (mcl, mcL),

(mī'krō-lē'tĕr), It is recommended that, in handwritten material and in computer work, this word be written in full, because both human beings and computers may misread the abbreviation μL as mL. Alternatively the abbreviation mcL may be used.
One millionth of a liter.


/mi·cro·li·ter/ (μL) (mi´kro-le″ter) one millionth (10−6) of a liter.

microliter (μL)

a unit of liquid volume equal to one millionth of a liter, or 1 mm3.


(λ) (mī'krō-lē-tĕr)
One millionth of a liter.
Synonym(s): microlitre.

microliter (mīˈ·krō·lēˑ·ter),

n a metric unit of measure defined as one millionth of a liter (0.000001) and written as ml.


one-millionth (10−6) part of a liter, or one-thousandth (10−3) of a milliliter; abbreviated μl.
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