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
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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.
Model year 2009 Arctic Cat ATVs with 400 cubic centimeter (cc) and larger engines and with production numbers within the following ranges are being recalled: 200001 through 203861, 808001 through 808137, and X25082 through X30243.
5 million microorganisms per cubic centimeter, the researchers reported in the May 23 Science.
Chubu Electric officials estimated the water's radioactivity at 323 becquerels per cubic centimeter, almost the same as coolant water used in the reactor.
The intention of the program is to develop a one cubic centimeter AlphaVoltaic (AV) battery that can deliver 35 milliwatts continuously for many months to many years.
Thinner than a credit card, this low-profile ThinSink has a volumetric cooling efficiency 25 times greater than today's best microprocessor heat sinks, which means it cools 25 times more heat 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.
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.
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.
To test an object's potential to leach metal, federal guidelines require that it be crushed into pieces smaller than 1 cubic centimeter and soaked for 18 hours in a vinegar-strength acid bath.