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  • noun A subdivision of a cell.

Etymologies

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sub- +‎ cell

Examples

  • If we will also want ROI out of crossmedia in the end then we had better make huge crossmedia samples affordable, because without huge samples we will not be able to take advantage of crossmedia ROI analysis because the cell sizes of those exposed to various media/creative permutations and the subcell sizes of the different brand purchase behavior change groups within these crossmedia cells will be too small to read with statistical significance.

    In Terms of ROI: Getting Excited about the Media Research Priorities - Bill Harvey - MediaBizBloggers

  • If we will also want ROI out of crossmedia in the end then we had better make huge crossmedia samples affordable, because without huge samples we will not be able to take advantage of crossmedia ROI analysis because the cell sizes of those exposed to various media/creative permutations and the subcell sizes of the different brand purchase behavior change groups within these crossmedia cells will be too small to read with statistical significance.

    In Terms of ROI: Getting Excited about the Media Research Priorities - Bill Harvey - MediaBizBloggers

  • Each of the subcells can capture a different wavelength range of light, enabling each subcell to efficiently convert that light into electricity.

    40% Efficiency Solar Cells Developed | Impact Lab

  • In the design, multijunction cells divide the broad solar spectrum into three smaller sections by using three subcell band gaps.

    40% Efficiency Solar Cells Developed | Impact Lab

  • Civilian and Enemy Proselyting Subcell, Political Cell, working under CHI (CHIR), subcell chief, who taught him the fundamentals of proselyting activity.

    DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE REPORT

  • The Political Cell consisted of one other subcell, the Security Subcell; the total strength of the Political Cell varied from three to five men.

    DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE REPORT

  • From behind them, only a little deadened by distance, the bear told them, at the top of its mechanical voice, that the capacity of its last operating nuclear subcell was now negligible.

    The Waste Lands

  • In this process each subcell converts one color of sunlight optimally to electricity.

    Next Big Future

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