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aliquant

Maths of, signifying, or relating to a quantity or number that is not an exact divisor of a given quantity or number

aliquant

[′al·ə‚kwänt]
(chemistry)
A part of a sample that has been divided into a set of equal parts plus a smaller remainder part.
(mathematics)
A divisor that does not divide a quantity into equal parts.
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Each series is described in terms of the solution origin in the scheme; the 2013 preparation date for the counting sources; the commercial scintillation fluid used to prepare the counting source cocktails (where RS refers to "Ready Safe" and UG to "UltimaGold AB"); the range of solution aliquants used for the sources; the cocktails aqueous fraction and comments on the imposed quenching.
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Following stirring, samples were allowed to settle for 10 s before an aliquant of the suspension was drawn and placed into a clear plastic cuvette with a small magnetic stir bar.