transition time


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transition time

[tran′zish·ən ‚tīm]
(analytical chemistry)
The time interval needed for a working (nonreference) electrode to become polarized during chronopotentiometry (time-measurement electrolysis of a sample).
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The exaggerated pessimism in this part of his outcry is explained by his own statement, that he lived in a transition time, when the old faith was (as he held) dead, and the new one (partly realized in our own generation) as yet 'powerless to be born.' Arnold's poetry, therefore, is to be viewed as largely the expression, monotonous but often poignantly beautiful, of a temporary mood of questioning protest.
Limited competition as well as generous seller financing & transition time make it even better.
'In the event of a delayed flight scheduled to arrive or depart from T1 prior to 02:00 Hrs PHT (Philippine Standard Time), such flights will still operate to and from T1 irrespective of the transition time of 02:00 Hrs PHT,' the advisory explained.
By December 31, 2020, the UK will have cut ties fully with the EU, and the extra transition time allows for both sides to come to terms with the consequences of the UK's decision to leave the 28-member economic and political bloc.
Particularly, we investigated whether athletes pace, from one discipline to another, differently compared to athletes of other nationality, and whether transition time varies by nationality.
Spool changeover is easily accomplished, says Progressive, the transition time minimized to maximize efficiency in continuous run applications.
For example, Kennett says the scientific party obtained two "very interesting' cores that are continuous across the sedimentary boundary marking the end of the Cretaceous (K) period and the beginning of the Tertiary (T) period--a transition time in which 75 percent of life on earth perished.
Fast rise-time step inputs are particularly useful in measurement of amplifier overshoot, ringing, settling time, stability, and slew rate (a way to express voltage transition time in terms of change in voltage over time).
Spool changeover is said to be easily accomplished, and transition time is minimized in order to maximize efficiency in continuous run applications.
Those institutions also will be allowed up to five years of additional transition time for transfers of assets to certain securitization master trusts.
During transition time, supervisors can monitor the interactions among campers, parents, and staff.
Finnish prime minister Matti Vanhanen has reportedly said that he wants a shorter transition time for the movement of labour for citizens of the countries that join the European Union on 1 May 2004.

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