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dense

1. Physics having a high density
2. (of a photographic negative) having many dark or exposed areas
3. (of an optical glass, colour, etc.) transmitting little or no light

dense

[dens]
(graphic arts)
Very opaque because of a concentration of material, as pertaining to a negative or transparency that has been overdeveloped or overexposed.
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Endorsed by IEEE Spectrum Magazine in January 2007 as one of five 'winning' technologies, ISi's Z-RAM[R] memory offers double the density of embedded DRAM and is up to five times denser than embedded SRAM, making it the world's lowest-cost semiconductor memory solution.
Placing the material into the cupola or furnace faster and providing a denser charge increases the melting efficiency.
As moisture is absorbed, the air stream becomes cooler and denser, sinking to the atrium floor.
Above the atmosphere, the jet would cut its engines and bounce along the denser atmospheric surface, like a rock skimming across a pond.
Like the original Z-RAM, Z-RAM Gen2 offers up to twice the density of embedded DRAM and is five times denser than embedded SRAM.
Known as mouches pisseuses, they grow into denser populations in Tahiti than they do in California.
In economic symposiums and housing summits, academic studies and advocacy reports, experts are pushing for more home construction and denser cities.
He also says the denser bales (650 kilos on the old baler compared to nearly 1,000 kilos on the Macpresse) allow Metro to have a more organized warehouse and reduce forklift wear and fuel consumption.
They are denser than their larger cousins, but less conclusive.
The refractory installation system distributes dry refractory consistently and evenly while simultaneously forking the material to form a denser lining, promoting longer refractory life and higher productivity and reducing airborne dust.
But a once-stronger field means the planet may have also had a denser atmosphere to sustain life," Acuna says.
Endorsed by IEEE Spectrum Magazine in January 2007 as one of five eIwinning' technologies, ISi's Z-RAM[R] memory offers double the density of embedded DRAM and is up to five times denser than embedded SRAM, making it the world's lowest-cost semiconductor memory solution.