absolute method

absolute method

[′ab·sə‚lüt ′meth·əd]
(analytical chemistry)
A method of chemical analysis that bases characterization completely on standards defined in terms of physical properties.
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Then with swiftness, but with absolute method, Van Helsing performed the operation.
In Poland there have been attempts on creating a model of vertical crustal movements using GNSS data (Kontny and Bogusz, 2012) using the absolute method. The test, however, did not give a hundred per cent certainty in the aspect of replacing the levelling data by GNSS data with the given accuracy.
A newer, absolute method involves the use of multi-angle light scattering (MALS), which does not require any standards.
This determination of TIC and TOC is an absolute method under the conditions presented above because a comparison of the actual values with similar conditions takes place.
Comparing Figure 9(a) and Figure 9(c), Figure 9(b) and Figure 9(d), we find that the complex method is more tolerant of additive noise than the absolute method. This result is mainly due to better discriminating capability for complex Correlation Coefficient technique.
According to the absolute method the optimal variant of dispatch of wagons per directions is variant "1 + 2, 3, 4 + 5, 6", according to which the number of wagon hours of accumulation is minimal.
14) specifies procedures for the quantitative determination of the microstructure of the butadiene units and the content of the styrene units in solution--polymerized SBR (S-SBR) by [sup.1]H-NMR spectroscopy as an absolute method and by IR spectroscopy as a relative method.
Apart from the intricate historical question regarding the degree to which Hegel might simply have changed his view in his development, I believe that for systematic reasons, the absolute idea qua "absolute method" (SL, 829) has to be the adequate candidate for the Hegelian absolute.
Anyway it is recommended an absolute method (IEC 9041, 1991) like velocity-area of current meters, Winter-Kennedy method, and others.
His work, the Legatio, provided the "true and absolute method" for accomplishing the reform of the Church and society (p.
Rather, the impact of the unity of the theoretical and practical Idea in Hegel's absolute method is the transformation of the process of change through a different view of new actualities or beginnings that emerge out of change.