dilution


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Related to dilution: Dilution Factor, serial dilution
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Antonyms for dilution

a diluted solution

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weakening (reducing the concentration) by the addition of water or a thinner

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14) per share assuming dilution, compared with net income of USD 1.
91204122 (June 17, 2016), in which applicant Michael Liang, a New York City resident, admitted that the Empire State Building was famous--no small admission for dilution purposes.
Key words: MIC, Extensively drug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa, agar dilution method, broth dilution method
One dilution can result in products for the home market that clean glass, carpet and multiple surfaces, and remove stains left by tar and permanent markers.
We find that firms experiencing high net dilution (high diluters) have characteristics that distinguish them from firms experiencing low net dilution (low diluters), and we build a financial profile of high diluters and low diluters.
We have been deceived into accepting what is currently the Trademark Dilution Revision Act of 2006 (hereinafter "TDRA"), and its multifactor test to measure trademark dilution by blurring, as the equitable and sensible anti-dilution law to police dilution of trademarks by blurring in the United States.
In this lab, we will start with an unknown amount of beads and simulate a serial dilution so that you will be able to visualize what is happening and be able to calculate the number of beads in your original sample.
Each dilution was analyzed using the avian-reptile rotor and the results multiplied by the appropriate dilution factor to obtain the final result.
The predicted titre at a single working dilution was plotted against the observed antiserum titre.
Alcavis[R] bleach wipes are now available in 1:10 and 1:100 dilution for disinfecting both hard surfaces and expensive equipment.
Confusion occurs when someone uses "1:1" as a dilution because if 1:10 means one part diluted with nine parts, making a total of 10 parts, then what does 1:1 mean?
The 1:100 and 1:10 dilution wipes guarantee the correct dilution of bleach and are compliant with CDC regulations.
Consequently, methods of counting the smaller organisms in soil (protozoa-sized or smaller) generally rely on some sort of dilution procedure followed by direct counting, plating on selective media, or cultivation to elicit a characteristic population response.
Second, the trigger concentrations of pharmaceuticals that prompt risk assessment under the FDA and EMEA guidance differ by a factor of 10 when dilution is taken into account.