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picoliter

One trillionth of a liter. It is used to measure the volume of a droplet of ink that is expelled from an inkjet printer head. The smaller the droplet, the smaller the dot. See inkjet printer.
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A residual gas analyzer, a mass spectrometer, characterizes the gas, which is delivered in a series of picoliter puffs.
Smaller than the prefix nano which denotes a billionth of a part, a picoliter is a sub-nanoliter measure denoting a trillionth of a liter, or 10 t o the negative 12th power of a liter represented numerically as 0.0000000 00001 liter.
Aurora Discovery displayed the Picoliter Rapid Transfer Robot, which will begin shipping in the third quarter.
With print speeds of 22 pages per minute (ppm) for black and white and 14 ppm for color, the speed demon also features a 2 picoliter ultrafine droplet for photo-realistic images at up to 4,8130 x 1,200 dots per inch.
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Multiplex detection of rare mutations by picoliter droplet based digital PCR: sensitivity and specificity considerations.
HandTop GEN5-Series UV Printers with variable drop sizes of 7, 14 and 21 picoliter, the Ricoh Gen5 print head on Handtop Gen5-series printers delivers absolute high quality images at its price point.
It then uses the patented, user-friendly Helix software to balance speed and image quality by placing 7 picoliter drops of ink along the cylinder.
In 2005, a landmark publication entitled "Genome Sequencing in Microfabricated High-Density Picoliter Reactors" by Margulies et al (1) ushered in a new era in sequencing.
Microfluidic cells together with dc to terahertz EM fields are commonly used to study microliter to picoliter volumes of fluids that contain nanoparticles (173-175).
454's proprietary technology is described in the paper "Genome sequencing in microfabricated high-density picoliter reactors," in the July 31, 2005, online issue of Nature, with the print edition of the paper to follow later in the year.