analysis line

analysis line

[ə′nal·ə·səs ‚līn]
(spectroscopy)
The spectral line used in determining the concentration of an element in spectrographic analysis.
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The new CAL 6000 New Generation Cellular Analysis Line was another head-turning product at this year's EuroMedLab.
S-indices estimated by Tom_par compared with the observed S-indices of Obs_est and Obs_001, along with the regression analysis line and modeling efficiency index (EF), are presented in Figures 3A and B, respectively.
Continuing on the same analysis line, in terms of alternative choosing in terms of profit maximization the alternative A5, is absolutely out of the question as we are estimating a 950 Bj which is greatly under the base line for sustainability.
width cutting have been measured in the Laboratory for Quantity Analysis at the POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest, using a computerised image analysis line. For each cut, the out width cutting were measured in 5 points, the first one 20 mm from the edge of the material, the distance between each two points also being 20 mm.
Mettler-Toledo has expanded its STARe thermal analysis line to introduce what it claims'to be the most advanced High Pressure DSC commercially available.
If he's off it he usually wins" - trainer Charles Smith on General Tufto jjWhich runner-up will be one to look out for over middle distances on turf?, analysis line here, page 92
It is the company's first MS, produced in an effort to further develop Amersham's protein analysis line of instruments.
The company's traditional product line is primarily safety equipment, and it appears the gas analysis line was too far afield from the company's core product lines.
The display of analysis lines on the MAESTRO Score guides the viewer in the mental combination process between the lines--that is, between the technologies.
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