calibration reference

calibration reference

[′kal·ə‚brā·shən ‚ref·rəns]
(analytical chemistry)
Any of the standards of various types that indicate whether an analytical instrument or procedure is working within prescribed limits; examples are test solutions used with pH meters, and solutions with known concentrations (standard solutions) used with spectrophotometers.
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00 - Lot 3 - services calibration reference standards SE "Ukrmetrteststandard" provided by the State Enterprise "Kharkivstandardmetrology"; 71.
Theoretical and experimental work has been conducted to develop a calibration reference device that could be used in test facilities that conform to ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 52.
Two-port series S-parameter measurements were made using the ME7838A and on-board probing with calibration reference at the component pad-stacks to validate the model's performance from DC to 125 GHz.
05 per cent FS, the IPI can be used as a calibration reference or in applications where high accuracy pressure measurement is required from safety valve checks to system pressure verification.
The vision system will detect the wafer edge and will set this edge (Guerra & Vlsi, 2000) as a calibration reference line (line position is expressed by pr).
In this manner, hyperpolarization enhancement factors can be obtained directly and with confidence on the sample of interest, without having to go via a separate calibration reference.
today introduced a multi-channel antenna calibration Reference Solution for calibrating and characterizing large, multi-channel phased-array antennas during integration and manufacturing.
The error due to calibration reference remains constant and dominant with regard to the mean speed for all four LVTAs, while the uncertainty due to the remaining error sources increase with the increase of the mean speed (except for the uncertainty due to conversion and reproducibility).
As a calibration reference site, MOBY is a key element in the international effort to develop a global, multiyear time series of consistently calibrated oceancolor products using data from a wide variety of independent satellite sensors.
This standard will later be made available as a calibration reference to the semiconductor and equipment industry.
NIST scientists have have developed a multiple-wavelength calibration reference that incorporates the wavelength flexibility of fiber Bragg grating artifact references and the stability of fundamental molecular absorption references.
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