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transition time

[tran′zish·ən ‚tīm]
(analytical chemistry)
The time interval needed for a working (nonreference) electrode to become polarized during chronopotentiometry (time-measurement electrolysis of a sample).
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Owner will give solid training and transition time with clients.
The methodology used was a single-subject, multiple baseline design across four transitions in two early childhood inclusion classrooms, to evaluate the effectiveness of classroom modifications on transition time.
But transition time can represent the difference between working in one occupation and migrating to another.
Operators in high amperage applications prefer a longer transition time, giving the red-hot weld puddle a chance to cool.
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The key question to be answered is how fast does transition time (i.
Quick and Lively Classroom Activities: Meaningful Ways to Keep Kids Engaged During Transition Time, Downtime, or Anytime is a compilation of 260 curriculum-based thematic activities suitable for 15 to 20 minute blocks of time during a school day.
His lively daily journal recounts his transition time in a series of vignettes both funny and realistic.
Although the US Congress has passed legislation to repeal the tax relief, two years of transition time were also provided, while contracts signed before 17 September 2003 also received tax breaks.
He asked the state to agree to a "reasonable" transition time for doctors, clinics and patients, but he said he has not decided whether to file an appeal.
We are in a great transition time," Bishop Cyrus Pitman told the group, which met at St.
This is the final moment in this transition time where the song sung by God is still ringing in the ears of the faithful.

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