[ US /maɪˈkɹɑmətɝ/ ]
  1. a metric unit of length equal to one millionth of a meter
  2. caliper for measuring small distances
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  • Over 10,000 filar-micrometer and red light CCD measurements of Mars' north polar cap have been taken over the past 40 years, and they show that it has been shrinking. The polar-bears-on-the-melting-ice-cap photo.
  • In fact, it can exhibit ordered structures with length scales ranging from micrometers to nanometers.
  • a job requiring nice measurements with a micrometer
  • China has already obtained 0.25 and 0.35 micrometer technology for etching eight-inch wafers.
  • The band from 0.1 to 0.4 micrometers is called ultraviolet radiation. Electromagnetic radiation
  • Then, a line of tiny holes, less than one-millionth of a meter in diameter, is punched into the metal, spaced five micrometers apart. Television
  • Challenge: today's chips contain millions of elements with features as small as a fraction of a micrometer (millionth of a meter), projected by visible light.
  • The heights of accumulation at known time intervals are measured by optical micrometer and the particle sizes calculated from these figures.
  • A careful adjustment of the experimental exchange times should allow the detection of confined motions for typical distance scales between nanometers and micrometers.
  • It is not important that the reaction of micrometer - aluminum powder with water.
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