How Big Is a Red Blood Cell?

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A red blood cell is about 8 micro-meters in diameter. That means they are 8 millionths of a meter. If you placed them back to back, in order to get 1 centimeter, you would need 1250 of them. You can find more information here: http://www.simscience.org/membranes/advanced/page13.html
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