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picometer

One trillionth of a meter. Pronounced "pee-co-meter," picometers are used to measure atomic structures. See nanometer.
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The design of choice was a 5.0 mm thick 120.7 mm diameter cylindrical Bicron (1) BC-408 plastic scintillator energy detector surrounded by six trapezoidal veto scintillator paddles, made from the same plastic, in a conical arrangement as shown in Fig.
The positron lifetime spectra were measured as described elsewhere (9-11) using a fast-fast coincidence setup with Hamamatsu photomultipliers, Ortec electronic components, and Bicron BC420 scintillator material.
Bicron Electronics Co., 50 Barlow St., Canaan, CT 06018.
2A) using a 5 X 5 cm NaI scintillation probe attached to a Bicron Analyst rate meter (Bicron Corporation, Newbury, Ohio, USA).
Bicron Inc., a designer and manufacturer of radiation detection and measuring equipment based in Newbury, Ohio, supplied both instruments for ARSA.
This branch of Union Carbide was recently acquired by Bicron Crystal Products, Washougal, WA.
X-ray diffraction was measured with a Huber X-ray set including a Model 151 flat monochromator illuminated with Cu K [Alpha] radiation, a Model 511.4 four-circle Eulerian cradle goniometer, and a Bicron 1XM040 detector, coupled to a Hewlett-Packard computer with Hutex software.
Encapsulated switch mode and pulse Transformers from Bicron for high frequency switching applications have been designed to meet the reliability demands for BIL (Basic Impulse Level) ratings at the PCB level found in power management, power control and power conversion systems.