calibration curve


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calibration curve

[′kal·ə‚brā·shən ‚kərv]
(engineering)
A plot of calibration data, giving the correct value for each indicated reading of a meter or control dial.
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1, 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 16, 20ug/ml were prepared for the construction of calibration curve.
The same material that is transported by the flow must be used for the turbidimeter calibration, and the samples obtained must have the same amplitude of the SSC that may occur in the flow, to avoid the extrapolation of the calibration curve.
This Kufic (early Arabic) inscription at Jubbah dated 147 AH has provided the calibration curve for all rock art datings in the Hail region.
The x-ray fluorescence spectrometer is mainly intended for the following analyzes: - identification of the components of compounds present in complex and unknown mixtures (bulk powder or dust collected on a filter membrane), - quantitative analysis by calibration curve (external standards of particles deposited on a filter membrane.
A calibration curve was made by plotting absorbance against different lactose concentrations and a straight line was obtained (Figure 1).
The quantitation of G, C, A and T was made from external calibration curve prepared from linear regression equation y = mx+ b.
w0] at the stack outlet can be used to determine the stack water balance in real time using a pre-determined calibration curve [E.
A calibration curve is produced for each organism, in which the time to detection is directly proportional to the growth rate and indicative of real-time microbial activity.
Using a simple calibration curve for rough quantification, the detection limit was 0.
Analyzing many runs, we have found that patient sample batches may be unnecessarily rejected due purely to a bad calibration curve.
The calibration curve was constructed by plotting the absorbance versus the concentration.