In 1 square centimeter
of a silicon chip, researchers can carve out 648 cantilevers using standard circuit manufacturing techniques.
The passive cells will be operated at 40C, using ambient air, 8 milligrams (mg) total platinum catalyst loading per square centimeter
, and SGL carbon gas diffusion layers (GDLs).
Harvesting the pale blue rays of the sun that filter down from the surface, these Black Sea bacteria survive on a stream of light measuring only 1011 photons per square centimeter
in 2004, enable the company to generate highly dense clusters of DNA on a surface, and to determine the sequence of potentially more than 10 million clusters derived from single molecules per square centimeter
A flexible superconducting tape that carries more than 1 million amperes of electric current per square centimeter
of material has proven itself in the laboratory, scientists report.
Copper burns out at one million amps per square centimeter
while nanotubes can carry up to a billion amps per square centimeter
In one test, Hoffman's group exposed the pesticide parathion to ultrasound at 20 kHz, delivering 75 watts of energy per square centimeter
DBI can achieve 4 million electrical connections per square centimeter
, a significant increase in the density that can be achieved with through-die vias used in other 3D interconnect schemes.
On a good day, the sun delivers about 100 milliwatts of energy per square centimeter
onto Earth's surface," Guha says.
Large-area devices that switch 100 amps or more, for example, cannot be manufactured cost-effectively even with defect densities as low as 1 micropipe per square centimeter
Measuring as little as 1 square centimeter
in area and only 6 micrometers thick, the cells have generated electric potentials ranging from 2.
The membranes deliver more current per square centimeter
of cell, handle rapid power demands, and start up quickly at a mere 80C.