L-3 test

L-3 test

[¦el ′thrē ‚test]
(engineering)
An engine test in a four-cylinder Caterpillar engine to determine stability of crankcase oil at high temperatures and under severe operating conditions.
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Test specificity for the L-1, L-2 or L-3 test is based on the pH of the test solution for which the corresponding isozyme has optimum activity.
Samples were left undisturbed for at least 10 min for the L-1 or the L-2 test or at least 30 min for the L-3 test.
4 [micro]L per sample for the L-3 test was added by using a pipette tip with the tip cut off.
The minimum amount of dye made for the L-3 test was for 20 samples to ensure pipetting accuracy.
The L-3 test was the slowest and the least stable of the three tests.
Evaluation of a bulk of seed chips did not provide satisfactory results for the L-3 test.
Busick, gave the L-3 tests for 30 years and wasn't told she had to conduct face-to-face interviews or check IDs until the day her files were seized.