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absolute unit

[′ab·sə‚lüt ′yü·nət]
(physics)
A unit defined in terms of units of fundamental quantities such as length, time, mass, and charge or current.
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For attitude there was a significant influence of the claim format; high numeracy participants had more positive attitudes in the absolute unit claim condition (M = 5.
I, but the four selected regions for (a) continental and (b) oceanic flash counts in absolute units and (c) continental and (d) oceanic [epsilon].
I, but the four seasons for (a) continental and (b) oceanic flash counts in absolute units and (c) continental and (d) oceanic [epsilon].
There was no clear trend over cycles of selection for changes in inbreeding depression with any selection method when expressed in either absolute units or as a percentage of the noninbred mean.
In addition, the corrections that had to be applied for the difference between international and absolute units were becoming appreciable in calorimetry, thermometry, and measurements of fundamental constants [2].
They computed the value of inductors in absolute units from dimensional measurements and from the permeability of the surrounding medium, and measured those values in international units, based on fixed standards of resistance.
The Bowman Perfusion Monitor, Model 500, is the first commercially available device that monitors tissue blood flow continuously at the capillary level in real- time and absolute units of ml/100g-min.
D, Hemedex Chairman and CEO, "The measurements made by the Company's technology are a long sought after and important parameter in understanding and managing many critical clinical situations, and prior to the development of our technology, the capability to get continuous, real-time, soft tissue perfusion measurements in absolute units did not exist.
The Bowman Perfusion Monitor was developed to provide clinicians a powerful prognostic tool by quantifying tissue blood flow in continuous real time, and absolute units.
Data from both pre-clinical and clinical applications of the Company's proprietary thermal diffusion technology, which is used to quantify real time blood flow in absolute units in small volumes of tissue (i.
Using a novel, minimally invasive probe, Hemedex will develop a range of products that will provide for the first time the quantification of perfusion in absolute units continuously and in real time at the patient bedside or in the operating room.
Despite its projected decline in share of a much larger market, Japan's purchases will grow by several times in absolute units and revenues and Japanese vendors are very well-positioned to increase their presence in both drive and memory card markets.