laboratory sample

laboratory sample

[¦lab·rə‚tȯr·ē ¦sam·pəl]
(analytical chemistry)
A sample of a material to be tested or analyzed that is prepared from a gross sample and retains the latter's composition.
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The new adhesive options open linerless labels up to new applications, including temporary labeling, refrigerated and frozen food, brewery and beverage, office and filing labels, retail products and coupons, pharmaceutical and laboratory sample labels, reusable containers and more.
The gold medallist further claimed that there could have been a "glaring error in the laboratory sample identification."
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There have been fluke cases of cancer transferring from person-to-person through a cut during a surgery, a laboratory sample in contact with a cut finger and an organ transplant, but it is otherwise not contagious.
Some researchers like Khing and Das have performed the experiment of loading laboratory sample on ribbon foundation settled on sand layer which has formed on clay with rectangle hole and also a geogrid layer in a partition of clay and available sand on 1994.
announced that the company is now offering laboratory sample kits of its automotive-grade precision thin-film chip resistors.
For the first criterion of our evaluation, we hypothesized that if the laboratory sample result was [greater than or equal to]10 ppm lead then the unique spectral emissions produced by lead should be observed.
"Laboratory sample results did not indicate the presence of contaminants at hazardous waste levels.
Applications are anticipated from machine feeding to testing to laboratory sample handling.
Chelmsford, MA 2/5/07 -- Magellan Biosciences has sold Tek-Cel, a provider of laboratory sample management and storage solutions, to Hamilton, which sells laboratory robotics, chromatography and fluid subsystem products.
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