In [9, 10] dissipation of light on ultramicroscopic
heterogeneities, formed in the process of plastic strain, was registered.
Nanotubes look something like ultramicroscopic
tubes of chicken wire formed from carbon chains, and can be used for processes such as electromagnetic interference shielding, electrical conductors, thermal dissipation, lightning protection and advanced structural composites.
In 1906, Ashburn and Craig discovered the causative agent of DF as ultramicroscopic
and nonfilterable agent (virus) and confirmed that the disease was spread by mosquitoes.
This behaviour relates to the highly developed structure of these soils and the stability of aggregates, which promotes the formation and preservation of interaggregate pores, and ultramicroscopic
intraaggregate pores (Sharma and Uehara 1968; Tsuji et al.
A virus is "an ultramicroscopic
infectious agent that replicates itself only within cells of living hosts.
Whether or not string theory prevails as the best understanding of how the world works at some ultramicroscopic
level will make little difference to the ordinary concerns of those who build bridges.
Several proboscidean sites show evidence of human butchery based on skeletal orientation, cut marks, and disarticulation marks on bone verified by ultramicroscopic
examination, burned bone, and evidence of use of bone tools.
After hearing the word, 16-year-old Erika Hoagland, another spelling champ whom I was interviewing, said - again, I'm on the level here: "Oh, you mean the respiratory disease caused by ultramicroscopic
silicates found in volcanic ash?
After exposure to CAPs, there were clear differences in the ultramicroscopic
features of RAW 264.
Microscopic observations were carried out using 5% KOH as mounting medium, and ultramicroscopic
ones coating samples of gleba with gold-palladium.
Based on the physical properties of hydrogen atoms in water and lipids in the body, the spinning hydrogen nuclei in water and lipids behave as do all charged particles in motion, like ultramicroscopic