apparent volume

apparent volume

[ə′pa·rənt ′väl·yəm]
(physics)
The difference between the volume of a binary solution and the volume of the pure solvent at the same temperature.
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We have not decreased the actual energy released, but we have increased the time it took to escape and apparent volume, and Thus transmission to the brain, providing the clues to location.
These include a reduced apparent volume of distribution due to reduced lean body mass and recovering renal failure (2).
The apparent volume is obtained when the applied pressure is just enough for mercury to contact with the whole paint film surface.
The use of inaccurate methods can result inlarge errors in apparent volume, necessitating large inventory corrections from inventory to inventory," Firmatek concludes.
a] is equal to the apparent volume of the sample in [cm.
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The apparent volume of distribution under steady-state conditions (App.
Body composition and apparent volume of distribution of the drug
A result of this backflow is an increased apparent volume over which the mean residence time is actually measured (Figs.
Assuming complete absorption, clearance (CI) and Apparent Volume of Distribution (Vd) were calculated as Vd (L) = Dose/Kel .
The elegant shape reduces the apparent volume of the building and the area of wall cladding required.
Pan loading was defined on basis of apparent volume of the products, so the core bed remains at the same distance from the spray nozzle.