FaaS


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FaaS

(Function As AService) See serverless computing.
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Reporting teams today are expected to quickly pivot and respond to this fast-changing reporting environment," explained Christina Agathangelou, EY Cyprus Head of FAAS.
And also investigated the trapping power of the minicolumn packed with TiO2 nanotubes with cadmium and nickel prior to its determination by FAAS [33].
The study evaluated the feasibility of titania nanotubes as SPE adsorbents for enrichment of copper ions as the model analytes at trace levels in surface water prior to its determination by FAAS for the sake of expanding the application of TiO2 nanotubes in the environmental field.
Adsorbed ions on PHB-b-PEG were then eluted with 5 mL of 1 mol L-1 HCI after that eluent is subjected to the analyses of Pb and Cu levels by using FAAS.
If laboratory analysis is preferred, numerous analytical methods are available, including FAAS, GFAAS and ICP-AES.
The ICP-OES and FAAS measurements were performed for the diluted solutions.
All three types of sample were analyzed by both XRF and FAAS, resulting in six combinations of sample type and analytical method.
The FAAS system works by attaching an unreproducible RFID (Radio Frequency Identification Device) to the back of the canvas or paper reproduction--using a specially formulated compound that will not react with the canvas or inks.
Then surfactant-rich phase was diluted with acetonitrile and its dissolved inorganic iron content was directly determined by means of FAAS.
Although there was a strong statistical correlation between soil lead concentration results from the XRF instrument and FAAS, the XRF values tended to be lower than those from FAAS.
Clint Festa, an FAAS Team Representative, will review drone pilot certification requirements.