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µJMicrojoule (measurement of energy)
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Ebrahim-Zadeh, "Efficient third harmonic generation of microjoule picosecond pulses at 355 nm in Bi[B.sub.3][O.sub.6]," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
Energy =15 [micro]J (microjoule), spot separation=4 micron, layer separation=3 micron.
In the former case, microjoule intense harmonics have been demonstrated in the range of 50-90 nm.
Although the electrons are already present but keeping them still rather than allowing them to float around takes up extra energy - about a billionth of a microjoule per bit of data.
The ProteinChip reader was equipped with a nitrogen laser operating at 337 run wavelength and at 5 microjoule pulse.
* EU energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs has unveiled 'le Microjoule', an ethanol-powered vehicle prototype driving 2,885 km on 1 litre of fuel, which won the European Shell Eco-marathon last May.
Last year's winner was the Microjoule from St Sebastien in France, with a remarkable fuel economy of 10,705mpg.
Last year's winner was a car called Microjoule from St Sebastien in France, with a remarkable economy figure of 10,705mpg.
You refer to a Microjoule "car" that achieved nearly 1,000 miles to the gallon [Winter 2000 EIJ].
Despite the team's respectable effort, it was left in the shade by the winning vehicle designed by French team Microjoule. It achieved a staggering 8,428mpg.
1000 miles per gallon The Micro joule, a car built at a French school and piloted by a 10-year old driver, set a new world fuel-efficiency record at Britain's Sliverstone Raceway Microjoule traveled ten miles on a couple of spoonfuls of gasoline -- the equivalent of nearly 1000 miles-per-gallon.
Despite a few tens of microjoules sounding like a modest amount of pulse energy, this is confined by the focusing lens to small spot sizes of around 100pm or less in diameter, during timescales of only hundreds of picoseconds.