target concentration


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target concentration

[′tär·gət ‚käns·ən‚trā·shən]
(ordnance)
A grouping of geographically proximate targets.
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These observations do not mean that the tested method cannot detect fewer CFUs than the traditional one, or that its results are disproportionate to the target concentration.
It is generally acknowledged that a substantial increase in the dosage of calcineurin inhibitors is required to achieve the efficacious target concentrations and avoid graft rejection.
T] value represents the number of cycles required for target amplification to reach the exponential phase and is therefore inversely related to initial target concentrations.
The HPLC chromatogram presented in figure 4 below is representative of two 100 [micro]1 injections of a 100X diluted solution of the Na-T4-5H2O ARCT standard prepared to a target concentration of 580.
It is obvious that water treatment plant operators in Ohio are knowledgeable about the target concentration of public water supplies.
Pilot tests, conducted from October 1987 to February 1988 showed: 1) hydraulic loadings up to 394 gal/min/m could be thickened successfully; 2) solids loadings up to 1,700 lb/h/m could be thickened successfully; 3) the concentration of thickened solids was not related to hydraulic or solids loading rates for the range of loadings investigated; 4) rags and grease did not adversely affect the co-thickening of primary solids and waste activated sludge; and 5) the concentration of thickened solids failed to meet the 5 percent minimum target concentration needed for anaerobic digestion on 5 of 7 days of waste activated sludge only thickening.
6,7) Furthermore, the depth of hypnosis and analgesia can be adjusted promptly and efficiently by changing the target concentration on the TCI devise without any need for mathematical calculations, comparable to changing the desired concentration of an inhaled anesthetic by just turning the dial of the vaporizer.
The novel technique is a feasible alternative offering reasonable measurements--that is, within several percent of the target concentration as compared with GC analysis.
Bennarosh et al (7) adjusted the propofol target concentration to maintain a constant depth of anaesthesia, resulting in lower targets in the prone position, but did not measure plasma propofol concentrations.
These wipers are engineered to be compatible with quaternary amine and bleach disinfectant solutions, maintaining the concentration of actives released to the surface at target concentration levels.
Recently, a method called target concentration strategy for UFH monitoring is gaining support.