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calibrant

[′kal·ə·brənt]
(analytical chemistry)
In chemical analysis, a substance used to calibrate the response of a measurement system to the analyte.
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Given the slow progression of INTCAL and our as yet incomplete understanding of near-global climate systems such as the El Nino in the Pacific and the Indian Ocean monsoons, the multi-calibrant approach of CalPal, backed by a growing global set of climatic records in calendar years offers a powerful tool for understanding calibrant records and for the development of better calibrations.
This number does not include the four replicate analyses performed for each ELISA on each chip or the assays for the calibrant protein or other control spots included on each chip.
Each cartridge contains miniaturized electrochemical measurement sensors and an on-board calibrant.
One of the most advanced single-use cartridges contains miniaturized electrochemical measurement sensors and an onboard calibrant.
Indium, tin, and biphenyl were used for temperature calibration on a TA Instruments Q-1000, while indium was also used as an enthalpy calibrant.
A reference material is a homogeneous material characterized for use as a calibrant, for assessment of an analytical method, or for assigning values to other materials.
The example of ceruloplasmin clearly shows that the use of a common calibrant that is not commutable will not result in full equivalence of results obtained with different methods.
IRMM produces those calibrants but needs to quantify precisely the nucleic acid content of such calibrants by a method which is calibrant-independent.
AFFYMETRIX , AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES , AMGEN , BG MEDICINE , BIOPHYSICAL CORP , GENEDATA , CALIBRANT , CAPRION PROTEOMICS , GE HEALTHCARE