- n. Plural form of micron.
“It's measured in microns, does not effect accuracy, pressure or velocity.”
“While microscopic, the particles are large enough to be measured in microns, or millionths of a meter.”
“The wavelengths of "invisibility" are in the infrared spectrum, and the cloaking effect is observed in wavelengths down to 1.3 to 1.4 microns, which is an area currently used for telecommunications.”
“The new needle has an inner diameter of around 25 microns and an external diameter of 60 microns, which is about the same size as a mosquito's mouthpart.”
“The laser will use infrared light with a wavelength of 1.06 microns, which is thousands of times shorter than radio waves.”
“And then, you have put them in a proper solution so that it sprays easily through the spray system that you have, and you need very, very small nozzles because particles have to be less than what they call 10 microns, which is -- one micron being one millionth of a meter.”
“I mean, the fact of the matter is, to get anthrax spores to aerosolize -- that is, to evaporate into the air -- and to spray over someone, as talcum powder does, you have to have extremely small particles, sizes one to five microns, which is very, very tiny.”
“It was taken in the infrared wavelength range of 10.8 microns, which is sensitive to Jupiter\'s atmospheric temperatures in the 300 to 600 millibar pressure range.”
“Most are more like 50 microns, which is less than the screen in question.”
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