peak width

peak width

[′pēk ′width]
(analytical chemistry)
In a gas chromatogram (plot of eluent rise and fall versus time), the width of the base (time duration) of a symmetrical peak (rise and fall) of eluent.
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The half peak width increased and crystalline growth rate decreased.
Width, amplitude and peak width of the P, QRS and T wave at each time period is also shown.
m]s, the peak width at one-half the peak height, and the position of the variant within the amplicon, were collected for all of the variants for each of the 4 loci (Table 1).
However, the downside in expanding the retention time window for a given chromatogram is that it can result in broadening the HPLC peak width by reducing the theoretical plate heights of the column (ref.
where [theta] is the Bragg angle, p is the (002) peak width at half height
Furthermore the Commission wants "systematic peak width control" in gamma spectrometry systems.
At a fixed temperature, the average peak width decreases, indicating that the shell size also decreases.
An alternative is to reduce the number of data points by reducing the peak width size during data collection.
1~ with a peak width of 27 wavenumbers; for Nujol, it is at 2924 |cm.
g] and the peak area of the tan [delta] curves increased, and peak width also broadened (Figs.