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1Too small to be seen by an ordinary optical microscope.
- ‘Muller concluded that the gene is ultramicroscopic in size.’
- ‘What is most relevant to Bell's Theorem is that the non-locality which it makes explicit in Quantum Mechanics is a small indication of pervasive ultramicroscopic nonlocality.’
- ‘Cold viruses are ultramicroscopic organisms that depend on the genetic makeup of our cells for their reproduction.’
- ‘Viruses are ultramicroscopic organisms - many times smaller than bacteria, and amongst the smallest organisms known.’
- ‘Before an atom's spin may be measured, however, it must be detected, and isolating an individual ultramicroscopic atom is a tricky endeavor.’
- 1.1 Relating to an ultramicroscope.
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