megacycle


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meg·a·cy·cle

(meg'ă-sī'kĕl),
One million cycles per second.

megacycle

See megahertz.

megacycle

Megacycle per second.

meg·a·cy·cle

(meg'ă-sī-kĕl)
One million cycles per second.
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Megacycles 2, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, and 16 have well exposed fine-grained floodplain intervals that lack open-water intervals and are composed only of poorly drained and well-drained deposits.
The Latest Jurassic-Early Cretaceous Megacycle 3 can be subdivided into eight depositional sequences bounded by unconformities (Mas et al.
The radar operated at a frequency of 9,375 [+ or -] 45 megacycles and used a superheterodyne receiver.
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Electronic ovens have a frequency of 2,450 megacycles (million cycles) per second.