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By contrast, at about 15 microJoules per pulse, the membrane opened and the cell remained alive.
The new TruMicro 5070 Femto Edition offers pulse duration of 800 A 200 femtoseconds and pulse energy as high as 200 microjoules.
Although the electrons are already present but keeping them still rather than allowing them to float around takes up extra energy - about a billionth of a microjoule per bit of data.
Last year's winner was a car called Microjoule from St Sebastien in France, with a remarkable economy figure of 10,705mpg.
Today's state-of-the-art UV lasers create pulses with energies in the tens of microJoules at PRFs of 100 kHz or higher.
You refer to a Microjoule "car" that achieved nearly 1,000 miles to the gallon [Winter 2000 EIJ].
The results estimated a greater than 3-log inactivation at 100-300 microjoules per square centimeter (mJ/[cm.
Despite the team's respectable effort, it was left in the shade by the winning vehicle designed by French team Microjoule.