ultradense

ultradense

(ˌʌltrəˈdɛns)
adj
extremely or unusually dense
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These experiments will enable the fundamental investigation of defects in topological networks and possibly seed new ideas for application in ultradense and ultrafast data storage devices.
STELLAR BEACONS Pulsars are the spinning, ultradense leftovers of exploded stars.
A variant of the LRP5 gene results in ultradense, nearly unbreakable bones.
Edgcomb and WHOI geobiologist Joan Bernhard have searched for life in other extreme environments as well, such as ultradense, ultrasalty, oxygen-depleted brine pools on the seafloor (see Page 4).
Galactic gas seems like an ideal black hole-building ingredient, but it never seems to reach the necessary ultradense state; instead, it tends to cool and gather in small clumps that go on to become stars.
Construction of a 10,000-marker ultradense genetic recombination map of potato: providing a framework for accelerated gene isolation and a genomewide physical map.
32] second or less, while filling with ultradense material drawing on the Grand Unified Field's decay.
We may have found the quasars and pulsars--the ultradense starlike bodies that are the most revolutionary astronomical discoveries since Kepler--but our attempts to explain them would be even more difficult.
An ultradense ("hypermassive") neutron star is formed when two neutron stars in a binary system finally merge.
cost-effectiveness in an ultradense solution required by these workloads.
The technological answer to reading these micro-sized, ultradense barcodes is a high definition digital camera.