volume range

volume range

[′väl·yəm ‚rānj]
(electricity)
In a transmission system, the difference, expressed in decibels, between the maximum and minimum volumes that can be satisfactorily handled by the system.
(engineering acoustics)
The difference, expressed in decibels, between the maximum and minimum volumes of a complex audio-frequency signal occurring over a specified period of time.
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Delivery in the range of 25 400,00 - 25 584,00 liters of gear oil 80w / 90 (o-226), in package in volume range 190,00 - 210,00 liters, kcm 0159150001402, in quality and qualification according to vjs phm no.
The micropores in the volume range of [10.sup.-3]~[10.sup.-2] [mm.sup.3] have three main areas in the contour map of Figure 6(b).
The ambr 250 consists of a workstation with 2,4,6 or 8 single-use bioreactors, with a working volume range of 100 to 250 mL.
Anton Paar's Modular Sample Processor automates tedious manual tasks like pipetting, sampling, dosing and weighing for a wide volume range and many different sample types.
Enter the Beauty-full Volume range with its reverse washing breakthrough: condition FIRST, then shampoo for healthy hair not weighed down by residue.
"The S variant has been the most popular variant in the Amaze range and with the addition of SX variant, we are confident that this new variant will appeal and bring delight to the customers seeking safety features at the volume range," said Jnaneswar Sen, Senior Vice-President at Honda India, in an Economic Times report.
It handles the entire volume range from 0.5 to 1000 microliters with only one pipette and two pipette tips.
It also includes the optimum volume range for high quality print as well as HD print technology.
The instrument features an injection volume range of 1 [micro]L to 5 mL using a minimal dead volume direct injection design.
The Nalgene 0.1 micron PES filter units provide the last line of defense against mycoplasma contamination while offering enhanced flow capabilities in a broad volume range.
The subjects included in this volume range from the Cleaners and Dyers War of 1924, Japanese balloon bombs, and the most devastating school disaster ever recorded to William Beaumont's unsurpassed medical discovery of 1822.
These pipetting heads are interchangeable within seconds, enabling optimal matching of the available volume range to the application performed.