[ UK /mˈa‍ɪkɹə‍ʊsˌɛkənd/ ]
  1. one millionth (10^-6) of a second; one thousandth of a millisecond
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How To Use microsecond In A Sentence

  • In their measurements the authors recorded the dynamics of the photocycle and reconstructed it as a sum of nine exponents that vary in their half-life times from a microsecond up to tens of milliseconds.
  • As a result, onboard clocks run faster by 45 microseconds per day.
  • The deadlines themselves are application-dependent and can vary from tens of microseconds up to several seconds.
  • Second, no fusion event has been observed with a fusion time between 350 nanoseconds and 2 microseconds.
  • Average processing time spent per enroll request in microseconds.
  • Most people can't tell the difference between milliseconds and microseconds in the throughput specs and, anyway, with chip prices so low, cache is king.
  • The triplet excited state of dyes bound to DNA can serve as probes of slow motions of DNA molecules on timescales of microseconds to milliseconds.
  • The microsecond components of the electric signals for excitation of O and bR are very different.
  • Photocells capable of seeing things in a physical sense, advanced photography which can record what is seen or even what is not, thermionic tubes capable of controlling potent forces under the guidance of less power than a mosquito uses to vibrate his wings, cathode ray tubes rendering visible an occurrence so brief that by comparison a microsecond is a long time, relay combinations which will carry out involved sequences of movements more reliably than any human operator and thousands of times as fast — there are plenty of mechanical aids with which to effect a transformation in scientific records. As We May Think
  • That is why when you've seen one electron you've seen them all, that is why bits of copper all behave like bits of copper, and that is why each electron and each bit of copper stays the same as itself from microsecond to microsecond.
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