saturation


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Synonyms for saturation

the process of totally saturating something with a substance

the act of soaking thoroughly with a liquid

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a condition in which a quantity no longer responds to some external influence

chromatic purity: freedom from dilution with white and hence vivid in hue

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There is conflicting evidence concerning arterial oxygen saturation during pregnancy, hence the present study was done to assess the arterial oxygen saturation in pregnant women as compared to non-pregnant women using a pulse oximeter.
An extensive literature is available related to the study conducted to understand the relationship among the shear strength, degree of saturation and pore water pressure for different sandy soils (Yoshida et al.
Generally color appearance is assessed according to a classification scheme such as shown in Figure 17, wherein radial distance represents increased color saturation, circumferential distance corresponds to changes in hue and height corresponds to increased lightness.
This work is motivated by the stabilization control of networked control systems with network-induced delays and actuator saturation.
As I have stated, I believe we have already reached saturation point.
In our study, the mean (SD) oxygen saturation values for term babies at 1 minute, 5 and 10 minutes after birth were 63.
Some housing markets on the highest-performing list with high REO saturation rates were: Tucson, Arizona (REO saturation rate of 27.
Speaking in the session, Jeremy Harris, Development Planning Team Leader for the Qarn Alam Asset, PDO, delivered a presentation on the subject 'A Production Geologist's Perspective of Remaining Oil Saturation in Carbonate Reservoirs'.
The support group's chairwoman Suzanne Treacy said: "Oxygen Saturation Monitors can really help the families of babies born with congenital heart defects as it enables them to monitor the child's heart rate and the level of oxygen in their blood while they are at home.
The purpose of the present study is to determine if changing the color and saturation of the squares of the Hermann Grid will affect the perception of the ID.
Business owners fear Whitchurch Road will "become the new City Road" as takeaway businesses shut out by the area's saturation zone spread north.
The notion of saturation flow was introduced for the first time in the basic definition of the signalised intersection approach capacity (Webster, Cobbe 1966).
A suggestion that an opportunity has been missed to demystify the pulse oximetry device suggests you were perhaps misled by the title of this activity into thinking it was about how the device measures haemoglobin saturation.
The absorbent structure has a saturation capacity as determined by a Saturation Capacity and Retention Capacity Test of at least about 15 grams/gram, a retention capacity as determined by the Saturation Capacity and Retention Capacity Test of at least about 3 grams/gram, and an intake time for a first insult of the absorbent structure as determined by an Intake and RewOet Test of no more than about 30 seconds.
Once this pressure drop becomes higher than the hydraulic system can overcome, the head is in saturation.