Definitions

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  • adj. Very fast, or of very short duration; especially concerning events that take place in femtosecond or picosecond timescales.

Etymologies

ultra- +‎ fast (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Electron beam computed tomography (EBCT) is also called ultrafast CT.

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  • Zewail and his colleagues have achieved this by introducing the fourth dimension of time into high-resolution electron microscopy, in what has been termed ultrafast "single-electron" imaging, where every electron trajectory is precisely controlled in time and space.

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  • · Includes its own CD ripper with 'ultrafast' rip mode and cddb music database lookup.

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  • BT will also begin an "ultrafast" 1GB broadband trial near Ipswich.

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  • Dr Mercer's method can look at those electron couplings directly with just one "ultrafast" laser pulse lasting 100 femtoseconds - or ten thousand million times shorter than an average camera flash.

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  • Apple says the SSD is "ultrafast", with minimal seek time (0.16 ms) and the same throughput as a 7200 rpm hard drive.

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  • Here, researchers check final parameters for an experiment on resolving ultrafast dynamics on nanoparticles.

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  • "We spent a week undergoing all sorts of tests: an ultrafast MRI, more ultrasounds and bladder tests and an echocardiogram to check the heart," Anne says.

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  • Prenatal evaluation of congenital diaphragmatic hernias consists of a Level II ultrasound, an ultrafast fetal MRI, fetal chromosome studies, and a fetal echocardiogram.

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  • In selected cases, we also perform 3 D ultrafast fetal MRI.

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