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the quality, condition, or degree of being thick

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Once engineered, it is a technology that should be easily and economically replicated, adding no significant cost to the drive and potentially improving areal densities by another factor of 10.
For the four NYC boroughs with human WN virus cases, the weekly densities of dead crows were graphed with the dates of onset of human cases.
Device system performance extends up to 110 MHz (10 ns tpd) with densities from 8,000 to 14,000 gates.
In 1991, IBM's work on AMR technology led to the development of MR (magnetoresistive) heads capable of the areal densities required to sustain the disk drive industry's continued growth in capacity and performance," says Paul Scheuer, IBM's strategy manager, Tape Storage.
The increasing data densities enabled by AFC media are expected to simplify processes for storing consumers' rapidly growing volumes of digital data (music, photographs, presentations and video); accelerate an industry trend toward smaller disk-drive form factors that consume less energy; and stimulate the creation of new and more capable digital-media and data-intensive applications.
Nevertheless, moderate population densities of deer mice persisting at the higher altitude web trapping sites in Colorado provided an opportunity to look at the natural history of this species over a wide range of conditions (Calisher et al.
People who inherit two copies of the more efficient form of VDR--known as b--develop high bone densities.
In other words, an economically desirable move towards lower foam densities, combined with maximum hardnesses, resulted in significant deteriorations of foam durability as observed in real life use and measured by various fatigue tests.
Barlow, both then with International Minerals and Chemical Corp, on achieving optimum densities in high strength, high clay, green sands.
These two advantages, combined with higher feature densities, will place us in a unique position to deliver both a broad range of new applications as well as lower microarray costs to life science researchers.
The improvements were made to virtually every key area of the drives and media: new media and head designs to support higher bit densities and throughput, advanced servo designs to enable higher track densities and more efficient data encoding.
The recent EUV studies are so exciting because they can probe the gas distribution at very low densities," Cox says.
In this article, we will show equations and relationships on key compound parameters to allow design of sponge parts to exacting densities, using this rigorous technique.
Spansion's new 1 Gb device augments the company's broad product offering which includes densities ranging from 1 Mb up to 1 Gb.
The move to MP media from the gamma ferric oxide and chrome tape formulations that were widely used at the time was necessitated by the higher recording densities demanded by the 4mm format to compensate for the small form factor of the cartridge.