cubic centimeter


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Noun1.cubic centimeter - a metric unit of volume equal to one thousandth of a litercubic centimeter - a metric unit of volume equal to one thousandth of a liter
metric capacity unit - a capacity unit defined in metric terms
cubic millimeter, cubic millimetre - a metric measure of volume or capacity equal to a cube 1 millimeter on each edge
centiliter, centilitre, cl - a metric unit of volume equal to one hundredth of a liter
Translations
köbcentiméter
立方センチ立方センチメートル
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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 Triumph Engine.
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).