enrichment factor


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enrichment factor

[in′rich·mənt ‚fak·tər]
(nucleonics)
The ratio of the abundance of a particular isotope in an enriched material to its abundance in the original material.
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Enrichment Factor for trace elements in OS and ACP ashes, normalized based on average shale values (after [15]) As V Cr Ni Cu Zn U Oil shale 3.
Therefore, the partial flux of n-heptane is increased faster than that of thiophene with increasing feed temperature, thus decreasing the enrichment factor.
Heavy metal contamination of river Yamuna, Haryana, India: Assessment by metal enrichment factor of the sediments.
Index of geoaccumulation, enrichment factor and pollution lood index.
Degree of anthropogenic impact estimated based on the enrichment factor (EF) * and potential contamination index ([C.
The isotopic enrichment factor for denitrification in the upper soil layer columns was -7.
Another aim was to test the stability of enrichment factors (from seawater to algae) in the environment of a Baltic Sea city, as well as possibilities of using these factors for seawater monitoring.
Although not significant, down-regulated genes revealed a comparatively high enrichment factor (1.
This procedure will result in an enrichment factor of approximately 5x (32); and c) direct centrifugation to the electron microscopic grid with the Beckman Airfuge (Beckman, Palo Alto, CA) EM-90 rotor or A-100 rotor, a procedure that increases sensitivity up to 1,000 fold (40-42).
The novel platform achieves an enrichment factor of up to 5,000 for biologically active molecules, and was validated both in silico and in vitro.