instrumental analysis

instrumental analysis

[‚in·strə′ment·əl ə′nal·ə·səs]
(engineering)
The use of an instrument to measure a component, to detect the completion of a quantitative reaction, or to detect a change in the properties of a system.
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Sugar pots from these regions will be assessed on a morphological, Technological and performance point of view aided by instrumental analysis (petrography, Sem, Xrf, Xrd, Porosity, Mechanical and thermal stress test) and software modelling (fem).
The gift will pay for upgrades in the introductory chemistry lab, the quantitative analysis and instrumental analysis lab, and the organic lab, according to a news release.
Analytical chemists and materials scientists summarize the most important tools of instrumental analysis of rare Earth elements, and report on special applications.
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Sensory and instrumental analysis of longitudinal and transverse textural variation in pork longissimus dorsi.
Quantitative filters are used for gravimetric analysis and sample preparation for instrumental analysis, whereas qualitative filters are used in qualitative analytical techniques to determine and identify materials.
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The bulk of these parameters are correlated to sensorial characteristics that have been identified as showing correlation between taste panel results and instrumental analysis.
including technical manager of chemical and instrumental analysis and director of analytical and computer applications research.
2], so the scientists focused their instrumental analysis only on the Ca[Cl.
Chapters then cover common methodologies, including gravimetric and titrimetric analysis, calculations in instrumental analysis, several types of spectroscopy, chromatography and electrophoresis, mass spectrometry, electroanalytical techniques, and a chapter of miscellaneous techniques.
Lynerric Potter, Senior Research Officer at Campden BRI says, “Water vapour and oxygen transmission are just two of the tests we offer, using a suite of instrumental analysis systems which we can also use to assess physical properties, such as tensile strength and internal pressure resistance, leak detection and seal integrity.

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