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Secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) was used to characterize part failures, dried films of the phosphate bath and lubricants used in the manufacturing plant.
Previous attempts to characterize geographic distributions of species in the disease realm have demonstrated the potential of the approach but have not always used the most powerful inferential techniques available (14,15).
APPLICATION: Atomic force microscopy can characterize the z-directional pore structure of paper coatings at a high resolution.
Each haplotype typically carries "tag" SNPs that characterize the haplotype as a whole and thus can be used to predict the identity of the other SNPs in the same block.
One WSV unit is being used by Sandia National Laboratories to characterize pulse response of oscilloscopes at peak amplitudes up to 100 V.
I have always found it difficult to characterize hard disk drives as commodity items.
furnishes a better analysis of how to characterize guarantees than the `reasonable compensation' cases.
Similar racial and ethnic differences characterize recent testing: Twenty percent of blacks have been tested for HIV within the past 12 months, compared with 12% of Hispanics and 8% of whites.
Due to differences in the industry, a specific evaluation of a particular foundry's materials, processes and practices is needed to adequately characterize the spent materials and arrive at the best end-use opportunity.
Oil-bearing sandstone is a highly porous, intricately interconnected material that is often difficult to characterize precisely.