ultradense

ultradense

(ˌʌltrəˈdɛns)
adj
extremely or unusually dense
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The team proposed an experiment to produce the inverse reaction by shooting a beam of electrons at a cold, ultradense cloud of oxygen.
A thick, ultradense heat trap is likely making the ground too hot to host water or life.
However, scientists say the planet's atmosphere is likely a thick, ultradense heat trap that renders the planet's surface too hot to host water or life.
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Scientists hope that by looking at the X-rays from fast-spinning neutron stars, they will get clues about the properties of the ultradense matter the stars are made of.
These ultrashort, ultradense data packets result in longer battery life and enable support for multiple types of smart-home sensors in a single device.
Somehow this implosion to an ultradense neutron star is reversed, and a shock wave is launched from the core that disassembles the overlying star.
STELLAR BEACONS Pulsars are the spinning, ultradense leftovers of exploded stars.
As a key advantage, this top-down nanofabrication route, in short, a second order self-assembly (SOSA) of GaN, enables a facile synthesis of ultradense, uniform array of nanopores without compromising the key electronic characteristics of GaN.
A variant of the LRP5 gene results in ultradense, nearly unbreakable bones.
Nowadays systems known as UDWDM (ultradense wavelength division multiplex) also exist.