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in situ

[in ′si·chü]
(science and technology)
In the original location.
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In situ

In position; a term applied to building elements and improvements that are assembled or cast in their permanent position on site rather than prefabricated elsewhere; for example, cast concrete rather than precast concrete.
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in situ

In place, as in cast-in-place concrete.
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in situ

In place. When something is "in situ," it is in its original location.
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Time transients of the C[O.sub.2] gas response of in situ annealed sensor structure are depicted in Figure 6.
Similar to the in situ tensile test of micro/nanomaterials, size effects were also observed in compression tests in both bcc and fcc single-crystalline micro/nanopillars [35].
In the process of in situ retorting of oil shale, the temperature, time and transformation efficiency depend on the kinetic parameters of oil shale pyrolysis and temperature field.
Ductal carcinoma in situ is confined entirely to the ductal system of the breast.
It was hypothesized that corals of the two sites would demonstrate similar [F.sub.V]/[F.sub.M] values in situ. Furthermore, although the ex situ [F.sub.V]/[F.sub.M] values of nontransplanted corals (see [4]for details) were hypothesized to be similar to those documented in situ, the ex situ [F.sub.V]/[F.sub.M] values of transplanted corals were hypothesized to be lower than those documented in situ.
Compared with the spectrum of pure phenol formaldehyde resin, the absorption peaks of GO/PF in situ nanocomposites (Figure 1(c)) do not change.
Our approach to in situ remediation requires supplemental samples before, during and after each Trap & Treat(R) project.