nanoliter
nano·li·ter or chiefly Brit nan·o·li·tre 'nan-ə-.lēt-ər n one billionth of a liter abbr. nl

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nano·li·ter (nL) (nanґo-le″tər) a unit of capacity equal to one billionth (10−9) of a liter.

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