Rapid Analysis

Rapid Analysis

 

(Russian, ekspress-analiz), the high-speed qualitative and quantitative analysis of various materials during a production process in the chemical and metallurgical industries, sometimes requiring only 1–2 min. It primarily uses the techniques of emission atomic spectrum analysis and X-ray spectrochemical analysis.

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Neither was it rendered more favourable to sanity by Flora's dashing into a rapid analysis of Mr Flintwinch's cravat, and describing him, without the lightest boundary line of separation between his identity and Mrs Clennam's, as a rusty screw in gaiters.
The grandeur of the result anticipated might make us doubt its possibility if we lose sight of this essential point in our rapid analysis of his system.
Researchers there measured the substance in urine samples from 1,228 people - aged from two to 90 - using a rapid analysis technique.
The researchers in China measured the substance in urine samples from 1228 people aged from two to 90, using a rapid analysis technique.
SDK will continue meeting our customers' needs by developing columns which enhances accuracy of analysis of target materials in a certain range of molecular weight, as well as those which enable analysis of hardly-soluble polymers and rapid analysis which is desired by users in the fields of medicine manufacturing and biochemistry, even with general analyzers.
PDP is designed for business users to combine structured and unstructured data in a user-friendly dashboard, providing data harmonization and rapid analysis.
Highlighting the population exposed to biomedical overload risk--nurses, nurseAEs aides--this book targets all those who perform manual lifting of patients, and proposes an approach that will promote rapid analysis of the problem, rapid identification of solutions, and effective monitoring of the effects of preventive actions using the MAPO methodology--the Italian method for assessing patient-handling risk.
The rapid analysis allows to identify HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases in 15 minutes after the blood is tested.
Being able to perform rapid analysis of astronauts' blood samples and monitor their physiological parameters aboard the Station, without having to transport the samples down to labs on the ground, would prove extremely useful.
Cliniscan is a web-based software as a service (SaaS) platform that performs rapid analysis of complex biomedical data to support clinical decisions by doctors.
We have done so by combining international best practice with regional expertise to gather information and conduct thorough and rapid analysis.

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