The bureau said the number of negative ions in urban areas usually reaches 200-300 per cubic centimeter
For new and used cars with an engine capacity of less than 1,500 cubic centimeters
, the import customs duty remained the same at a level of $0.
A million fewer sperm per cubic centimeter
would not make much difference in a man with a healthy sperm count but could mean trouble for a man with low sperm counts who is trying to get his partner pregnant, she said.
Moreover, up to 6 million plankton that absorb nutrients were found per cubic centimeter
at some investigation spots, it said.
5 fiber per cubic centimeter
limit OSHA had proposed in 1984.
33 grams per cubic centimeter
, slightly higher than that of water, but Jupiter lies much farther from the sun than Kepler-7b does from its star.
75 gram per cubic centimeter
, roughly the density of Saturn.
The fuel is 'heavy hydrogen' or deuterium, and our recent work indicates obtainable energy densities ranging from a few tenths of a watt to a few tens of watts per cubic centimeter
TEPCO said it measured 220 becquerels per cubic centimeter
of iodine-131, 88 becquerels per cubic centimeter
of cesium-134 and 93 becquerels of cesium-137.
While the deep water in that area contained only between 8,000 and 90,000 microorganisms per cubic centimeter
, the seafloor basalt held, in its pore spaces, between 3 million and 1 billion microbes per gram.
It steers from the front wheels - that's your rudder,'' said a grinning Arnold Fazekas, pointing at the whitewalled tires of the ruby red German hybrid with a 1,650 cubic centimeter
Dark blue indicates a gas density of 160 grams per cubic centimeter
or more (far denser than lead) and red 10-13 (far thinner than air).