A rather long and fancy word for analyzing a system or process and measuring its "characteristics." For example, a Web characterization would yield the number of current sites on the Web, types of sites, annual growth, etc.
A basic guide to particle characterization' covers introductory basics, theory and instrumentation as well as providing a reference guide to help the reader decide what might be most appropriate technique for their particle characterization needs.
Given our current level of understanding, it has become clear that characterization of the source zone and the degree of uncertainty associated with that characterization are of critical importance in site assessment.
Because measurements are performed in transmission mode on standard wafers in ambient air without additional sample preparation and data collection times are on the order of a second, this technique provides the potential for high throughput processing characterization.
After characterization is established, one must determine whether the amount of intercompany payments is correct--either because transfer pricing rules apply or because an under-or over-payment of the "correct" amount has secondary tax consequences.
Variation in the sequence of the primer binding region of common serotypes, as well as the occurrence of uncommon serotypes, should be considered when nontypeable rotaviruses are identified in strain characterization studies (13).
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