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of a process or change taking place at constant temperature

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The market is broadly segmented into three product segments, such as Isothermal Nucleic Acid Amplification Instruments, Isothermal Nucleic Acid Amplification Reagents, and Isothermal Nucleic Acid Amplification Services.
Isothermal crystallization behavior and kinetics characterization were performed using a Q10-V9.
The I-Cal 2000 High Precision Calorimeter HPC is a two-channel isothermal model for testing cement paste, mortar or concrete.
The product is then split into distinct chambers, tubes, or zones, in which second-stage isothermal amplification reactions are performed for specific and individualized target loci detection.
Later, Khraisha [10] studied the isothermal decomposition of Jordanian oil shales.
Each half-cell was thermostated at 37 [degrees]C when the reactor worked under isothermal conditions (i.
The time between phase changes was measured for different isothermal temperatures for all polymers and the time-stability of the two-phase area was analyzed.
John Tavener, managing director of Isothermal Technology, said: "The microK 100 is far easier to use, and to keep calibrated, than other products of its kind, as well as providing more accurate readings.
Because less energy is required to compress a cool gas, the concept of isothermal compression is explored next.
Figures 1 and 2 graph data obtained from multi-temperature, isothermal tensile testing of seven different rubber compounds, based on ASTM standard D 412.
Air velocities in the animal occupied zone increased substantially compared with the corresponding isothermal ventilation conditions.
The new product, which is based on the company's proprietary nucleic acid amplification method Loop-medicated isothermal amplification (LAMP), is designed to detect Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli in food.
Test capabilities include isothermal cure, controlled stress or strain, linear or nonlinear temperature ramps, temperature sweeps, frequency sweeps, and strain sweeps.
This structure, called bainite, formed above the martensite start temperature (M) but below the pearlite formation region found in isothermal transfomation (IT) diagrams.
The 17 chapters in this book are divided into 4 sections that focus on enzymes (3 chapters), thermal cycling methods (6 chapters), isothermal methods (6 chapters), and the detection of non-DNA analytes by DNA amplification (2 chapters).