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Synonyms for concentration

Synonyms for concentration

a converging at a common center

concentration of the mental powers on something

Synonyms for concentration

the spatial property of being crowded together

strengthening the concentration (as of a solute in a mixture) by removing diluting material

bringing together military forces

great and constant diligence and attention

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All other patients (pituitary tumours, medulloblastoma, lymphoma, acoustic neuroma, and neuroblastoma) had less than the mean P53 concentration of normal subjects.
For instance, venlafaxine reached concentrations as high as 1.
Even though the 84-year-old Rinkel had kept her past a secret from her Jewish husband, who died at 88 last year in San Francisco, her maiden name of Huth was on a list of concentration camp overseers whose work Brown had written about in two books.
Because the concentration measurements indicated that this contamination was not naturally derived, we analyzed other materials for lead concentrations and lead isotopic composition to determine possible sources of the increase in lead in cocoa products.
This is diluted to a concentration of about 300 mg/L at 10% consistency, or about 100 mg/L at 3% consistency.
The first concentration camps were built in 1933 to imprison Hitler's political enemies.
The model measures the evolution of spore concentration in the air, on the room surfaces, and in the HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning) system.
Acquisitions of multiline targets may provide unrecognized value creation potential due to the possibility of subsequently divesting certain of the acquiree's business lines in order to increase the overall concentration level of the acquirer.
Results: The blood lead concentration was inversely and significantly associated with IQ.
But two additional factors that previously were linked to high concentrations of homocysteine in the blood are under re-examination.
If the concentration of ambient NO is less than the concentration of NO in the reservoir, diffusion from the reservoir to the ambient air can be expected.
In addition, the fluorescence intensity depends directly on concentration of fluorophore in the sensing volume, molecular extinction coefficient, and the quantum yield.