ultraslow

ultraslow

(ˌʌltrəˈsləʊ)
adj
extremely slow
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Our dynamic and adaptive nanophotonic system will enable new technology, such as dynamically tunable delay lines, and open up new regimes of light propagation: the crossover regime of Anderson localization, ultraslow light that propagates scarcely faster than sound, and dynamic light propagation where the time dependence of the nanostructure drastically influences the flow of light.
The Gakkel Ridge, for example, is one of the earth's two ultraslow spreading ridges, and the creation of new crust at the ridge, through volcanism and tectonic faulting, is poorly understood.
Designed for all commercial vessels, even when slow or ultraslow steaming, new Intersleek 1100SR slime release technology delivers outstanding macro and micro fouling control with good static resistance, even in warm waters.
Novel ultraslow inactivating sodium current in human ventricular cardiomyocytes.
Kochubei: Distributed order calculus and equations of ultraslow diffusion, J.
It is clear that in order to achieve an ultraslow light mode either a high index of refraction or a rapid spectral variation of the index of refraction is mandatory.
Essaaidi, "Stacked complementary metasurfaces for ultraslow microwave metamaterials," Appl.
5-1 2-4 5-8 Intermediate Action NPH (isophane) 1-2 2-8 14-24 Slow (Zinc suspension) 1-2 3-10 20-24 Long-acting Ultraslow 0.
uk We Are What We Are (15): Ultraslow Mexican cannibal drama.
Sinking lures can be fished ultraslow to tempt finicky walleyes, or buzzed at high speeds to enhance lure action, sound, and vibration, as well as to decrease running depth.
Using the positive and negative handles of these molecules to direct chemical reactions in ultraslow motion makes ultracold chemistry possible.
But Venus's ultraslow rotation (243 days long) and lack of complicating seasons creates a relatively "pure" Hadley circulation.