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decimetre

(US), decimeter
one tenth of a metre
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This consultation concerns the reinforcement of 15 feet of the nancay decimetric radio telescope.
decimetric to metric in thickness and of various lithologies, is difficult to obtain representative geotechnical parameters of the unit as a whole.
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Range Wave Name Designation Temperature 30-300 Hz Megametric ELF 300-3,000 Hz VF 3-30 kHz Myriametric VLF 30-300 kHz Kilometric LF 300-3,000 kHz Hectometric MF 3-30 MHz Decametric HF 30-300 MHz Metric VF 300-3,000 MHz Decimetric UHF 3-30 GHz Centimetric SHF 30-300 GHz Millimetric EHF 300-3,000 GHz IR 3-30 THz IR 29-290 30-300 THz IR 290-2,900 300-3,000 THz Visible 2,900-29,000 3-30 PHz UV 30-300 PHz X-ray 300-3,000 PHz Gamma rays 3-30 EHz ?
Two decimetric porphyry dykes and their respective footwalls and hanging walls returned values of 12.
The SGC sequence in this area is characterized by a monotonous centimetric to decimetric alternation of greywackes and slates with minor presence of sandstones and conglomerates.
Thales has launched a new generation of decimetric Differential GPS (DGPS) positioning systems, offering the oil, gas and hydrographic industries new levels of accuracy and quality of service, with no range restrictions from reference stations.
On the other hand, the taphofacies G1, G2 and R2 have larger (of decimetric size, see Fig.
Two grab samples, 100 metres apart, from decimetric quartz veins with sulfides yielded values of 0.
The Logrosan granite intruded the Neoproterozoic metasedimentary series of the Schist Greywacke Complex (SGC) which is characterized in this area by a monotonous decimetric to centimetric alternation of greywackes and shales with minor presence of sandstones and conglomerates (Fig.