concentration time

concentration time

[‚kän·sən′trā·shən ‚tīm]
(hydrology)
The time required for water to travel from the most remote portion of a river basin to the basin outlet; it varies with the quantity of flow and channel conditions.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Calibration curves were made for atorvastatin and internal standard from concentration time data, values for time to achieve maximum plasma concentration.
It is determined to start 5 minutes concentration time, 2.5 minutes to capture time and 2 minutes for cleaning time on the device, they are going to make 4 samples per test.
In addition, the area under plasma concentration time (AUCO-t) curve was determined by the linear trapezoidal rule from the measured serum concentrations from zero to the time of the last quantifiable concentration (Ct).
CBF can be obtained by deconvolving AIF from the measured concentration time curve of tissue with dilution theory equation [7, 8].
Producers of energy drinks claim that these beverages contain natural ingredients that increase energy, attention, and improve sports performance and concentration time; however, health professionals are concerned about the adverse effects associated with these products.
American Soil Conservation Service (SCS) method was used to evaluate the impact of check dams on slope of channels and successively changes in concentration time of parcels.
Hybrid coefficient B, initial phase half-life (t1/2[alpha]), transport rate constant from circumjacent compartment to central compartment (K12), and area under plasma concentration time curve (AUC) were prolonged with increasing dose.
Plasma concentration time profile curve of clobazam was plotted.
In vivo experiments showed that single-dose SLE at 500 mg/kg could increase the area under the plasma concentration time curve of digoxin and vincrisine significantly without affecting terminal elimination half-time.
Based on the registered CO concentration time series during the combustion of three different samples of unmodified and modified polyester materials with antimony and Mo[O.sub.3] fire retardants, the following properties of the tested process have been observed.
We must also mention here the results obtained by (Baroga, 1973) in a research on the concentration time. The author used a stopwatch, in order to objectify the athletes' concentration time.
A level C correlation does not reflect the complete shape of the plasma concentration time curve, therefore is not the most useful correlation from a regulatory point of view.