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in situ

[in ′si·chü]
(science and technology)
In the original location.

In situ

In position; a term applied to building elements and improvements that are assembled or cast in their permanent position on site rather than prefabricated elsewhere; for example, cast concrete rather than precast concrete.

in situ

In place, as in cast-in-place concrete.

in situ

In place. When something is "in situ," it is in its original location.
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The site chosen for examining 2-MBS as an in situ biomarker is located in Glassboro, New Jersey.
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A formal policy statement included in the package asked the Coast Guard's regional offices to "encourage" state and federal organizations involved in setting spill-response policy "to plan for and preapprove the use of in situ burning.
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Both these trials were considered to be of academic interest, but not practical in terms of the in situ modification of rubber surfaces.
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The scope of the works envisaged under this ground investigation is as follows:- a) shell and auger or cable percussion boreholes, sampling and in situ testing.