designated volume

designated volume

[¦dez·ig‚nād·əd ′väl·yəm]
(analytical chemistry)
The volume of an item of volumetric glassware as calibrated at a given temperature, frequently 20°C (68°F).
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Imports outside the designated volume would result in a higher tariff rate.
8) Additionally, the tube must be filled to its designated volume in an upright position, inverted completely and the proper number of times, and centrifuged in a timely fashion.
First, perhaps an insignificant point, this is designated volume 2: where is volume 1 and what does it contain?
The project began with Daniel Gorenstein's 1983 book with the same title, but designated volume one.
At 30,000 dwt and length of 170 metres, she is the world's largest vessel of her type and one of the largest vessels to be built at DDW-SEA's designated volume, shipbuilding facility - the Nanindah shipyard.
At the designated volume (4500 units over three years), tooling cost is about one-tenth that of the alternatives.
Files saved in designated volume are encrypted using strong encryption -- then hidden to prevent unauthorized access.
Additionally, VARs must demonstrate a track record of purchasing a designated volume of StreamLogic products through the channel.
All data can be encrypted automatically as it is written to designated volumes, without user intervention.

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