gross sample

gross sample

[¦grōs ′sam·pəl]
(analytical chemistry)
One or more increments taken from a larger quantity of a material that is to be analyzed. Also known as bulk sample; lot sample.
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The gross sample should be drawn randomly from the address files of a sufficient number of population registration offices to ensure the representativeness of the sample.
The gross sample was crushed and divided into four quarters by coning and quartering.
Here it is assumed that the proportion of non-available in relation to the gross sample is the same as in another general population study in the age group 16-75 years conducted in Spring 2000, i.
The coefficient estimates are reported in columns 2 and 3 for analysis with and without a gross sample selection correction.
Tenders are invited for Collection of coal samples from running coal feeders & Mill Rejects samples of all units, transportation of samples, preparation of final gross sample and disposal of coal to raw coal yard
The number of increments collected in this way were totaled to be 48 and the total amount of the gross sample collected from three coal stockpiles was found approximately equal to 240 kg.
Tenders are invited for Collection (manual) of coal samples from running coal feeders of all running mills of all units , transportation of samples to preparation room near wagon tippler-1, preparation of final gross sample and disposal of used & unused sample to raw coal yard".
Significant benefits to be provided by it to the contractor are,the organization of the whole project,the generation of the gross sample from a suitable selection entirety,programming and testing of the questionnaire,the execution and documentation of the telephone survey andthe preparation of the analysis data set incl.
revision, programming and completion of the questionnaire, execution and evaluation of pre-test and preparation of the final questionnaire version, interviewer training, draw a random sample, conduct the interviews and data collection, calculation of the weighting factors, creating a detailed field report (including AusschE[micro]pfungs- and weighting Protocol) delivery of records between the sample as SPSS files and data on gross sample and an Excel file with all open questions asked to the client ,
The representative gross sample should be large enough to achieve a net sample of 1875 realized interviews.
The representative gross sample should be sufficiently large to achieve a net sample of 1,875 interviews realized.
Some of these are: materials for the moulds, screws and nuts, tools for the lay-up process and preparation for curing in the oven, cutting gross samples into standard test specimens, time etc.