apparent concentration

apparent concentration

[ə′par·ənt ‚kän·sən′trā·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
The value of analyte concentration obtained when the interference is not considered.
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In addition to the large drop in apparent concentration near [DELTA]n [approximately equal to] 0, there were smaller variations in concentration with refractive index at larger values of [absolute value of [DELTA]n], with an overall trend in particle concentration increasing with higher refractive index.
These assays were then used to quantify and compare different fragments of NT-proBNP in HF patients' plasma and to identify the antibody pair that gave the highest apparent concentration of NT-proBNP in circulation.
Facultative pigmentation before the infants' first summer, as measured by apparent concentration of melanin, was negligible, but increased significantly from May 2006 to September 2006 (P < 0.
Many companies have resorted to cutting costs and staff as a means of dealing with increasing competitive pressures, declining margins, and the apparent concentration of retail power.
Therefore, the apparent concentration of entanglements is decreased as shear rates are increased, and since the time required to form an entanglement is proportional to the viscosity at a given shear rate, the apparent viscosity is also lowered.
The failure of activist government to get that escalator moving again, together with its apparent concentration on the problems or rights of others (minorities, the poor, gays, even criminals)," has resulted in a widespread "sour and skeptical attitude toward government.
What puzzles me is the apparent concentration of attention on the Swiss to the exclusion of all those other countries that have done the same things that the Swiss have, and which are not receiving even a fraction of the attention the Swiss are.
The apparent concentration of activity prompted some viewers to consider this a confirmed minor shower.
The finding also provides additional confirmation that the solar system, the Milky Way and its galactic neighbors are all moving at a significant velocity toward an apparent concentration of mass -- a velocity above and beyond that resulting from the expansion of the universe.
Therefore, values for the apparent concentration should be consistent across genomic regions.