transition interval

transition interval

[tran′zish·ən ‚in·tər·vəl]
(analytical chemistry)
In a titrimetric analysis, the range in concentration of the species being determined over which a variation in a chemical indicator can be observed visually.
References in periodicals archive ?
Moreover two capacitors are driven in the transition interval so the total capacitance is doubled.
Power switches are turned on under ZVS during the transition interval based on the transformer leakage inductance and the switch output capacitance (Kim et al 2010).
The end location of this transition interval is at approximately 4.0 m.
reagent, dye content 95%, transition interval (acid) pH 1.2 (red) to pH 2.8 (yelow), transition interval (alkaline): pH 8.0 (yelow) to pH 9.2 (blue), MA, 99%, [T.sub.m] = 54-56[degrees]C, N, N-Dimethyl formamide, 99.8%, A.C.S.
Finally, the detected postural transition was classified into SiSt or StSi by pattern recognition of vertical acceleration ([a.sub.v]) during the postural transition interval. Indeed, by second derivation of vertical displacement (Dv) during a postural transition interval, we can observe acceleration patterns similar to Figure 2(c) and (d) for SiSt and StSi, respectively [19].
The Callovian-Oxfordian transition interval, known as the oolitic ironstone boundary bed, or "Arroyofrio Bed", has also been the subject of numerous sedimentologic and taphonomic studies.
"The question we ate dealing with in this environment is whether publications should be free to the public immediately or free after a transition interval," says Frank.
This implies that individuals that entered a different class during the previous transition interval, on average, may be closer to class limits and have a higher probability of returning to the original state than individuals with a history of no change.
For a given pair (i, j), all paths in [G.sub.ij] have the same length Each path in [G.sub.ij] corresponds to a unique realization of state transitions where each transition interval is exponentially distributed with known rate.
The structural relaxation of the SAN phase is detected by the high peak superposed on its glass transition interval. The temperature of this peak is highly dependent on the annealing time and in general on the temperature and structure dependence of the relaxation times, so the differences in this temperature cannot be used as an indication of differences in the glass transition temperatures.
A common feature of the thermograms of an semi-IPNs in both first and subsequent heating runs [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED] is the substantial broadening of the glass transition interval [Delta][T.sub.g] and the regular shift of [T.sub.g] to higher temperatures, the higher the ratio HPN/LPU [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED].

Full browser ?