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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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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].
Studying protein metabolism showed that bull-calves in the third experimental group, as compared to reference counterparts, had better use of nitrogen from the eaten amount by 1.98%, and from digested amount by 2.43% in absolute units.
So, the research established that despite the tendency to decreasing concentration of globulin fraction in animals in experimental groups by 0.89-1.26%, there was a veracious increase in concentration of total protein albumin fraction; the difference with the reference group was 2.25-3.15% in absolute units.
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.
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.
Hunkar used the term process quality control (PQC) to describe a manufacturing system that requires that no product can be passed along the chain unless all process parameters were maintained between upper and lower quality specification limits (USL/LSL), which are expressed in absolute units of measure.
Each variable can be plotted around its nominal value or in absolute units, and the sample rate is operator selectable.