# Barn To Square Chain Converter

(b to sq ch converter)

## Convert Barn to Square Chain

 From: barn To: square chain

## Seamlessly Convert Units from Barn to Square Chain

(Last Updated On: 2024-04-11)

Discover the simplicity of converting barn units to square chains with our efficient Barn to Square Chain Converter, precisely engineered by Newtum. Get accurate results instantly and satisfy your curiosity with this innovative tool.

### What are Barn and Square Chain

Definition of Barn

A barn is a unit of area measurement used in nuclear physics to quantify the cross-sectional area of atomic nuclei. It's a non-SI unit but accepted for use with the SI, and its symbol is 'b'. The term 'barn' is whimsically derived from the phrase 'as big as a barn,' indicating a large area for nuclear particles to hit. One barn equals 10^-28 square meters.

Definition of Square Chain

A square chain is a unit of area predominantly used in land measurement, particularly in surveying and agriculture. Originating from the Gunter's chain, which measures 66 feet in length, a square chain is the area of a square with each side being one chain long. Therefore, it covers an area of 66 feet by 66 feet, or a total of 4,356 square feet. It is used less frequently today but remains part of historical land records.

### Barn to Square Chain Conversion Table

Barn (b) Square Chain (sq ch)
1 b 2.47105381e-31 sq ch
10 b 2.47105381e-30 sq ch
100 b 2.47105381e-29 sq ch
1,000 b 2.47105381e-28 sq ch
10,000 b 2.47105381e-27 sq ch
100,000 b 2.47105381e-26 sq ch
1,000,000 b 2.47105381e-25 sq ch
10,000,000 b 2.47105381e-24 sq ch
100,000,000 b 2.47105381e-23 sq ch
1,000,000,000 b 2.47105381e-22 sq ch

#### Conversion of Barn to Square Chain

1 b = 2.47105381e-31 sq ch
1 sq ch = 4.0468564224e+30 b

Example 1:
convert 5 b to sq ch:
5 b = 5 Ã— 2.47105381e-31 sq ch = 1.235526905e-30 sq ch

Example 2:
convert 50 b to sq ch:
50 b = 50 Ã— 2.47105381e-31 sq ch = 1.235526905e-29 sq ch

### History of Barn and Square Chain

The Barn to Square Chain Converter is a tool that stems from the need to link the quantum world of nuclear physics with more tangible land measurement units. While barns are used to express the probability of particle interaction, square chains have historically helped demarcate land areas. This converter bridges two vastly different scales, reflecting the diverse applications of area measurement in science and real estate.

### How to use Barn to Square Chain Converter

• Enter the value in barns (b) into the conversion field.
• Click on the 'Convert' button to initiate the calculation.
• The converted value in square chains (sq ch) will be displayed.
• Use the result for your calculations or conversions.
• To convert a new value, simply enter a new number in barns and repeat the process.

### Real Life Applications of Barn to Square Chain

The Barn to Square Chain Converter finds its relevance in various real-life applications, providing an essential bridge between nuclear physics and land measurement.

• Facilitating the comparison of cross-sectional areas in nuclear reactions with the sizes of land plots for educational purposes.
• Serving as a reference for physicists and surveyors who require conversions between these two uncommon area units.

### Solved Examples b to sq ch

Example 1:
Convert 2 b to sq ch:
2 b = 2 Ã— 2.47105381e-31 sq ch = 4.94210762e-31 sq ch

Example 2:
Convert 100 b to sq ch:
100 b = 100 Ã— 2.47105381e-31 sq ch = 2.47105381e-29 sq ch

FAQs - Barn to Square Chain Converter
What is a barn to square chain converter used for?
It is used to convert measurements from barns, a unit used in nuclear physics, to square chains, a unit of area used in land measurement.
Can I convert large values using this tool?
Yes, the converter can handle large numbers, but keep in mind the vast difference in scale between barns and square chains.
Is this tool free to use?
Yes, our Barn to Square Chain Converter is free and available for anyone needing to perform these conversions.