one-millionth

NOUN
  1. one part in a million equal parts
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How To Use one-millionth In A Sentence

  • Some people fondly remember Seiko's Thermic watch, which runs continuously off body heat on 1 microwatt (one-millionth of a watt). Turning Body Heat Into Electricity
  • Each dose contains 50 micrograms (a microgram is one-millionth of a gram and a gram is the weight of one-fifth of a teaspoon of water). Global Immunization: Vaccine Coverage is Variable
  • 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
  • The spectroscope will detect less than one-millionth of the matter contained in the word pencilled above.] [Illustration: _Reproduced by permission of X-Rays Ltd. The Outline of Science, Vol. 1 (of 4) A Plain Story Simply Told
  • 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
  • Its lifetime has been found to be 100 million times shorter than the lifetime of the µ-meson, which is one-millionth of a second. Nobel Prize in Physics 1950 - Presentation Speech
  • The new ‘evidence’ is tiny (one-millionth of an inch in diameter) crystals of magnetite, a magnetic oxide of iron.
  • The other is nanotechnology, which promises to reduce the size of electronic components to one-millionth of a meter, or roughly 10 times the size of an atom.
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