The yield for these dual catalyst nanotubes was 163 parts per million hydrocarbons an hour for each square centimeter
1 watts per square centimeter
at two amps per square centimeter
at 80 degrees C.
It's working with novel electrode arrays that may eventually permit densities of nearly a trillion transistors per square centimeter
, which would be like packing the circuitry of tens of thousands of Pentium chips into the space that one chip now occupies.
5 megawatts (MW) per square centimeter
when fueled with hydrogen and oxygen, and 50 MW when fueled with methanol.
By contrast, the ultrasound used for new experimental procedures in bloodless surgery relies on a transducer that applies as many as 3,000 watts per square centimeter
to a target area.
Pioneer 34R07 also seemed benign in lab tests, the researchers report, even at concentrations of 10,000 pollen grains per square centimeter
Today's CD-ROMs squeeze 100 million bits into each square centimeter
of recording surface.
In the new studies, researchers made ions by using moderately intense laser beams, several hundred trillion to a quadrillion watts per square centimeter
Within 5 days of feeding for 48 hours on leaves dusted with 135 grains of Bt corn pollen per square centimeter
, 38 percent of young monarch caterpillars died, reports Laura C.
Mars could have produced, at most, a planetwide average of 20 grams of microorganisms per square centimeter
during its entire history, Jakosky and Shock calculate.
According to Balcom, the new 45-micron membrane's peak electrochemical performance in passive hardware at 40C is 80 milliwatts per square centimeter
of membrane (80mW/cm-squared) at 0.
At the point of action, the ultrasound reached 2,000 watts per square centimeter