ultratiny

ultratiny

(ˌʌltrəˈtaɪnɪ)
adj, -tinier or -tiniest
extremely small or minute
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Among other things, it will probe the possibility of powerful extra dimensions "hiding" at an ultratiny scale alongside the visible.
An ordinary working stiff in the macroworld, carbon in its ultratiny form is like a one-man circus: stronger than steel, extremely elastic and light as a feather.
Energy focuses into ultratiny particles of light that form the atoms from which our world is constructed.
Ultratiny internal computers could also enhance our intelligence, repair injuries, and cure diseases.
But just such a challenge faces scientists working in the infinitesimally small world of nanolithography, the ultratiny writing used to make computer chips, solar cells and other devices.
They used an infrared laser as if it were an ultratiny tweezers.