dilution factor


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dilution factor

[də′lü·shən ‚fak·tər]
(electromagnetism)
The energy density of a radiation field divided by the equilibrium value for radiation of the same color temperature.
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Across the 6 assay methods, the computed dilution factor variances, expressed as CV, were 2.
The values in Table 3 take into account the dilution factor of 204.
We did not publish these data originally, however, because our follow-up for both studies combined was only 4 years and because our calculation of the regression dilution factor was based on values obtained 10 years apart.
If the dilution factor of the coating is constant (same amount of water added each time) then the principle variable in the Gravimetric Method Specific Gravity is associated with the amount and type of refractory present.
4 mL of a more dilute solution with a nominal dilution factor of three, was titrated volumetrically to a potentiometric end point using an automated titrator.
Multiply the number of colonies by the dilution factor to estimate the bacterial load in the original urine specimen For example, if you counted 50 colonies while using the 0.
coli O157 (Including H7) in 375g beef trim samples in as few as 10 hours using a 1:5 sample to media dilution factor and in 375g ground beef samples in as little as 12 hours.
In the case of CEA, 7 samples exhibited nonlinearity upon dilution (Table 1), with a progressive increase in the apparent CEA concentration as the dilution factor increased (3-fold in the most extreme case).
A mining dilution factor of five per cent was incorporated into the mine plan.
The foundry uses channel furnaces in which the small dilution factor on the heel resulting from back charging 3000 lb an hour during the day is reported to be negligible.