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nanogram

[′nan·ə‚gram]
(mechanics)
One-billionth (10-9) of a gram. Abbreviated ng.
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Teijin invented NanoGram Si paste after discovering that its particles are highly suited to L-BSF PV cells.
We're talking about people who had cancer, AIDS, hepatitis C, who would wake up at five nanograms.
As a few dozen parents and teachers looked on at the emergency meeting, officials from Environmental Compliance Services explained that eight rooms tested above the acceptable risk limit of 300 nanograms per cubic meter of air set by the Environmental Protection Agency for elementary school-aged children.
We are excited to be working jointly with NanoGram to develop flexible energy and electronics utilizing Teijin's market-leading substrates," said Teijin Group Executive Officer Kenji Kubo.
Although the soccer-playing robots range in size from a few tens to a few hundred micrometers long, they're considered nanoscale because mass ranges from a few nanograms to a few hundred nanograms.
NanoGram Corporation is a pioneer and leading Cleantech solutions provider that enables customers and partners to realize product and system performance previously thought impossible.
NanoGram is a developer and licensor of core process technology for the manufacture of nanostructured materials for optical, electronic and energy applications.
We are very happy with our investment in NanoGram and now this joint technology development even further establishes our relationship and creates new opportunities in key and target markets," said TEL Venture Capital President Mike Yamaguchi.
They also found that only about a quarter of women with less than one nanogram of AMH were pregnant five to six weeks after the IVF procedure.
Easy to install and use, the detector provides response independent of structure, a wide dynamic range and low nanogram sensitivity.
NanoGram Corporation, a leading developer and licensor of advanced products and solutions for optical, electronic and energy applications, today announced that it has selected OTB as one of its contributing partners in building out the company's solar pilot plant currently under construction in Milpitas, CA.
The detector offers high sensitivity (low nanogram detection levels) and excellent reproducibility, a dynamic range of four decades for detecting compounds in varying amounts, and a consistent response independent of chemical structure.