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concentrated

[′kän·sən‚trād·əd]
(mathematics)
A measure (or signed measure) m is concentrated on a measurable set A if any measurable set B with nonzero measure has a nonnull intersection with A.
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* Dosing Habit: Ultra Downy consumers may unknowingly switch between concentrated and non-concentrated, they tend to maintain the recommended concentrated dosing level and ultimately under-dose their non-concentrated products.
To overcome this problem, we used each animal as its own control by exposing the individual animals repeatedly to concentrated air and filtered air and successfully detected the effects of particles on heart rate and mean blood pressure in three rats.
The concentrated juice had about two-thirds of the flavoring present in the original juice.
The elements concentrated at the C-T boundary are more characteristic of material in the upper mantle of the earth than of that in meteorites, Orth says.
Automated dialysis concentrated production systems are used to produce these concentrates.
[ClickPress, Wed Jul 03 2019] In order to dissert the market scenario prevailing across the concentrated tomatoes market sector, FactMR has evenly presented a comprehensive market report on concentrated tomatoes demand to its extensive online repository.
A majority of infants use concentrated protein-based infant formulas, adding to the demand for concentrated protein.
Countries including China, U.S., South Korea, Japan and India are expected to witness a significant market share of corn gluten feed concentrates due to livestock sector are concentrated in these countries.

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