ultrasmall

ultrasmall

(ˌʌltrəˈsmɔːl)
adj
extremely small
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Finally, end cutting and, at this point, the ultrasmall bending radius elbow part are obtained.
Eulerian formulation allows for the use of simple strain and stress rates and velocity calculations instead of displacement values (in the ultrasmall displacement analysis) [36, 37].
Fujii et al., "Photonic-crystal nanophotodetector with ultrasmall capacitance for on-chip light-tovoltage conversion without an amplifier," Optica, vol.
Tian, "In situ growth strategy to integrate up-conversion nanoparticles with ultrasmall CuS for photothermal theranostics," ACS Nano, vol.
Then the conjugate solution is added containing monoclonal antibodies conjugated with ultrasmall gold particles.
Porous silicon is a form of crystalline silicon where the surface is embedded with nanometer sized pores [5], while silicon quantum dots are ultrasmall crystals of only a few nanometers in size [6].
Accumulation of ultrasmall superparamagnetic particles of iron oxide in human atherosclerotic plaques can be detected by in vivo magnetic resonance imaging.
Specific targeting of nasopharyngeal carcinoma cell line CNE1 by C225-conjugated ultrasmall superparamagnetic iron oxide particles with magnetic resonance imaging.
Fabrication of porous anodic alumina with ultrasmall nanopores.