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a degree or grade of excellence or worth

diameter of a tube or gun barrel

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An external calibrant of a saturated solution of CsI was used for mass assignment using the peaks for Cs (m/z 132.
For routine analyses, we used glucose oxidase as the working calibrant due to its convenient particle diameter near the center of the HDL size distribution and its stability in aqueous solution.
3 Da using the IVD Bacterial Test Standard Calibrant (BTS; Bruker Daltonik GmbH).
The DSA also has built-in calibrant lines that provide good flexibility and enable users to generate accurate mass data, change ionization conditions, or perform semi-quantitative experimentation.
For example, a material can't be assigned a value based on an analysis, but also be used as the calibrant in the analysis; that is called "self-referencing.
This test determines the sample absorbance compared to a calibrant absorbance.
Each cartridge contains miniaturized electrochemical measurement sensors and an on-board calibrant.
While [micro]TA allows a higher level of precision, the instrument's calibration is also more difficult since the calibrant comes into direct contact with the platinum sensor.
Effective magnetic moments of powdered complexes were determined at room temperature using sealed-off calibrant solution of MnCl2 by using a Sherwood MSB Mk1 magnetic susceptibility balance.
External mass calibration was performed automatically every fifth injection via infusion through the Calibrant Delivery System.
1% bovine serum albumin and phosphate-buffered saline containing 100 pg/mL green fluorescent protein, which was used as the antigen in a calibrant sandwich ELISA to identify and normalize any chip-to-chip bias (Daly et al.
These devices are designed to deliver accurate and precise amounts of fluids in such applications as infusing calibrant into a mass spectrometer or reaction chamber, long-term drug infusions into animals, and general infusion applications.
Mercury tetrathiocynatocobaltate (II) {Hg [Co (NCS)4]} was used as a calibrant.