instrumental analysis

instrumental analysis

[‚in·strə′ment·əl ə′nal·ə·səs]
(engineering)
The use of an instrument to measure a component, to detect the completion of a quantitative reaction, or to detect a change in the properties of a system.
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Remember there are a lot of different techniques for quantitative instrumental analysis. The crucial thing is to find and use the most current and most reliable data it's possible to find.
The spiked samples and control (the congener free sample) were then allowed to pass through the following extraction and clean-up procedures before GC-u-ECD instrumental analysis.
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Third, we used two-stage least squares regression for the instrumental analysis. The first stage was to do the linear regression of Ln-transferred CRP levels on the genetic instruments, obtaining the predicted values for CRP levels.
Thirty-eight years later, in Hanoi, Vietnam, in an instrumental analysis class that I taught using perspectives I'd gained from that early experience, a student who was learning about spectrometry invented an arrangement of diffraction gratings.
The difference obtained for the generic tablets can be attributed to the sample contamination or systematic errors occurred during the generic tablets analysis made by students of the instrumental analysis subject.
The gift will pay for upgrades in the introductory chemistry lab, the quantitative analysis and instrumental analysis lab, and the organic lab, according to a news release.
Method This method on HPLC (a) spectrometry Cost of pre-analysis Ion exchange SPE Syringe filter, NT$26 treatment material cartridge, NT$243 (c) Cost of instrumental NT$1,500 NT$3,000 analysis per sample (d) Instrumental analysis < 1 min 15 min time per sample Limit of detection 0.1 [micro]g/mL 0.05 [micro]g/mL Availability Nitrate only Nitrite and nitrate Method IC (b) Cost of pre-analysis Ag containing SPE treatment material cartridge, NT$388 (c) Cost of instrumental NT$2,000 analysis per sample (d) Instrumental analysis 15 min time per sample Limit of detection < 0.5 [micro]g/mL Availability Nitrite and nitrate (a) [17] (b) [15] (c) Monetary values of materials are obtained from local vendors.
Analytical chemists and materials scientists summarize the most important tools of instrumental analysis of rare Earth elements, and report on special applications.
It opens with the instrumental Analysis Paralysis - an acid-dipped, two guitar-pronged track that builds then ebbs and flows.

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