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A Burmese unit of length equivalent to 3.2004 meters.
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In the case of DSB, the changes in chemical constituents as a function of retention time were not very significant because the mechanical properties of MDF (static bending, internal bond, and screw holding) produced from applying a higher digestion time do not fulfill the standard requirements of ANSI A208.
Where as slight variations of the acetonitrile content in the mobile phase were determined to be very sensitive for retention time so the acetonitrile content in the mobile phase is to be controlled carefully to attain the reproducible retention.
The elution peak characteristic in addition to the retention time can be used to identify certain haemoglobin variants, e.
s] factor were to increase from 21 to 50, by expanding the retention time window between the two reference peaks (examples would be reducing flow rate or change gradient profile of the mobile phase), the calculated probability for resolving six peaks would correspondingly increase from 50% to 70%.
Analysis of the metrology data from the speciemens manufactured in PMMA show a minimized surface roughness by processing with a known retention time (reduced from Ra = 13 nm to Ra = 7 nm).
10[micro]l of mPEG- propionaldehyde conjugated D-amino acid oxidase had been injected into HPLC column to know the change in retention time using same conditions as above.
Key process variables tested were: temperature, type and pressure of process gases, retention time, total solids contents, and pH.
An important difference between the sites is the ratio of wetland size to the contributing drainage area, which also affects the retention time of water in the wetlands.
There is no separation since the polymers of different molecular weight show the same retention time.
We estimated minimum gut transit time (MGT) and mean retention time (MRT) of pollen grains to the nearest minute.
Foliar discoloration also is assessed, and on conifers observers determine needle retention time by counting annual nodes back from twig tips, noting the age at the point where needles become sparse.