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microscale

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌskeɪl)
adj
conducted, operating, or being on a very small scale
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National contract notice: Microscale thermophore device for interaction studies
Macroscale and Microscale Organic Experiments, 7th Edition
Fiber orientation tensors and knit lines are predicted in microscale analysis using Autodesk Inc.
This Contaminant Adhesion Mitigating Epoxy Composite Coatings for Aeronautic Environments is a copolymeric epoxy coating that is loaded with a fluorinated aliphatic chemical species and nano- to microscale particle fillers.
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To increase sensitivity, they cover the touch sensors with microscale pyramids.
It also focuses on current and developing applications of microscale and nanoscale convective heat transfer.
Pimentel Award for Chemical Education, and Jorge Ibanez of the Universidad Iberoamericana, who is the founder of the Mexican Green and Microscale Chemistry Center.
Among the topics are powering microsystems with ambient energy, low-power energy harvesting solutions for biomedical devices, thermopower wave-based microscale and nanoscale energy sources, the polymer solar cell as an energy source for low-power consumption electronics, monocrystalline silicon solar cell optimization and modeling, and piezoelectric thin films and their application to vibration energy harvesters.
Waters' ACQUITY UPLC M-Class System is a nano- to microscale UltraPerformance LC (UPLC) system rated for 15,000 psi operation.
University of Illinois bioengineers have found a way to strongly adhere hydrogels to hydrophobic silicone substrates, an innovation that provides a valuable new tool for microscale biotechnology.
The new reference materials are micromachined and processed to contain miniature cantilevers, beams, stair-like step heights, microscale rulers and test structures for measuring surface-layer thickness.