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one part in ten thousand equal parts

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To kill in 10 days required only one ten-thousandth of the one-day concentration.
He hiccupped and grinned Said: "I'm really quite merry, And so would you be At your ten-thousandth sherry.
London, June 26 ( ANI ): Adding small amounts of nanodiamonds - pieces of carbon less than a ten-thousandth of the diameter of a human hair - make commercial washing powders much more effective at removing dirt and grease, chemists have revealed.
When the effects are calculated in a standard climate model, the result is a reduction in average temperature of 0.00005o degrees Celsius (one twenty-thousandth of a degree Celsius, or one ten-thousandth of a degree Fahrenheit).
When the effects are calculated in a standard climate model, the result is a reduction in average temperature of 0.00005oC (one twenty-thousandth of a degree Celsius, or one ten-thousandth of a degree Fahrenheit).
-- A system to process highly radioactive water accumulating at the plant is capable of reducing radioactive cesium to below one ten-thousandth of the original level.
Gelais said, works to tolerances of plus or minus one ten-thousandth of an inch, which is eight times smaller than a single strand of human hair.
Also, because anti-reflection coatings can often be easily scratched, the German team have added an ultra-thin polyurethane organic substance to the mold, which coats the whole film, without filling in the gaps between the dimples and stipples, which are one ten-thousandth of a millimetre thick.
The coating of chemicals on the wafer is very thin--only one ten-thousandth as thick as a sheet of aluminum foil.
Mechanical engineering professor Masayuki Nakao said he and his students did it for fun, and for the experience of "carving nanotubes," a hollow-tube material that is one ten-thousandth the thickness of a human hair.
As an example of how small, one nanometre equals one millionth of a millimetre, or one ten-thousandth of the thickness of a human hair.
Another group provided an estimate of its tax plan that used interest rates that were calculated down to four decimal points (yes, that is one ten-thousandth of a percent), four years from now.
Physicists at the University of California, Berkeley, have built the smallest radio yet--a single carbon nanotube one ten-thousandth the diameter of a human hair that requires only a battery and earphones to tune in to your favorite station.
To help make the conversion process as seamless as possible, D-M-E has placed metric-to-inch value charts throughout its catalog that are precise to one ten-thousandth (0.0001) of an inch.
The newly developed nanopipette can spout volumes of solution equivalent from one-hundredth to one ten-thousandth of the amount capable of being dispensed by commercial ultrasmall-volume pipette injection systems.