one-ten-thousandth


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Synonyms for one-ten-thousandth

one part in ten thousand equal parts

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Only about one-ten-thousandth of the energy of each collapse, which the Lamont-Doherty researchers estimate equaled the explosion of 23.
At the larger size, still only about one-ten-thousandth the size of a proton, the extra dimensions might produce effects detectable by the current generation of particle accelerators or their immediate successors, such as LHC, the researchers found.
While there was very little reduction in the number of Listeria present in the second batch, the batch that had been seeded with the pediocin-producing bacteria contained fewer than one-ten-thousandth of the original number of food poisoning microbes.
Jonathan Bland-Hawthorn of Rice University in Houston and his two co-workers maintain that the simplest explanation for their observations appears to be a black hole as massive as all the visible stars in the Milky Way, yet compressed into a region just one-ten-thousandth our galaxy's volume.
5 nanometers wide -- about one-ten-thousandth the width of a human hair.
For objects very much smaller than a light wave -- and an atom's size lies between one-thousandth and one-ten-thousandth of a light wave -- gravity is not a sufficient restoring force.