quadrillionth


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Synonyms for quadrillionth

one part in a quadrillion equal parts

the ordinal number of one quadrillion in counting order

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The optical and electronic properties of metals cause excitons to last no longer than approximately 100 attoseconds (0.1 quadrillionth of a second).
Femtosecond technology has truly revolutionised this area through Intralase, which uses tiny pulses of laser, a quadrillionth of a second each, to induce a uniform layer of microscopic bubbles just beneath the corneal surface to create a flap.
Using the ALS's femtosecond (quadrillionth of a second) spectroscopy beamline 6.0.2, Thornton E.
Beyond that, the quadrillionth binary digit beckons.
Such processes take place in less than a quadrillionth of a second.
When not busy penning down the latest award-winning short story however, she's mostly in the lab, where she develops ultrafast lasers, capable of producing short pulses of light that are only a few quadrillionths of a second long.
Ultrafast refers to events lasting picoseconds (trillionths of a second) to femtoseconds (quadrillionths of a second).
The shock waves crushed and heated the plastic to the extreme levels found about 10,000 kilometers into the interior of the two planets, initiating carbon-hydrogen separation, and causing the formation of tiny diamonds in just a couple of quadrillionths of a second.
(The lengths of time here are incredibly tiny - quadrillionths of a second - but add up over trillions of computer calculations.)
The apparatus was placed in the laser cavity and found to produce stable laser pulses only 600 femtoseconds (quadrillionths of a second) long.
The nanosensor, which fits in the palm of a hand, acts like a biological sieve, isolating a small protein molecule weighing less than 800 quadrillionths of a nanogram from an extremely dilute solution.