Micro- and nanosecond
discharges in gas bubbles inside the treated volume of water cause the formation of active microparticles with a high value of oxidative potential, measured in volts.
A near-infrared output from fibre lasers or DPSS nanosecond
lasers, for example, can be used to produce high-contrast black marks.
Avram's experience, piscosecond lasers are generally more effective for tattoo removal than are nanosecond
Another nonignorable conclusion drawn from this electrode model is intracellular effect of nanosecond
pulsed electric fields--almost all the voltage was applied across the interior of the cell.
The company said the PTSS is ideal for national laboratories that need the most accurate timing as well as applications where nanosecond
precision timing is critical.
It's a moment from all of our childhoods - a nanosecond
of naughtiness to be apologised for and then forgotten.
Driving while using a mobile is done en masse, without a second thought, diving through Metro doors with a nanosecond
to spare is the norm, and walking under ladders, and into builders, scaffold on every street corner, a daily occurrence.
THINGS can change in a nanosecond
in sport, but Lee Westwood's putting coach, Phil Kenyon, is down there with Mario Balotelli's diplomatic adviser in terms of current job security prospects.
Anyone who met Grace Hopper probably heard her talk about the "nanosecond
." Hopper liked to use visual examples when she spoke, and she frequently advised young naval officers and programmers not to waste time--not even a nanosecond
But a 20-centimeter error would adjust the travel time by less than a nanosecond
, far too little to account for the 60-nanosecond difference observed.
But get there a nanosecond
late and the greedy gannets have scoffed the lot.
Day by day, session by session, hour by hour, minute by minute, second by second, nanosecond