Meaning of CALIBRATION in English

CALIBRATION

noun

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■ NOUN

curve

When a sample with an unknown level of that element is analysed its concentration can be plotted on the calibration curve .

A universal calibration curve is then obtained by plotting against V R for a given carrier solvent and a fixed temperature.

This section then describes some validation parameters including accuracy and precision, random errors, calibration curves and noise.

In converting radiocarbon results to calendar dates, the wiggles in the calibration curve are the real problem.

Aggregating activity of the samples was measured over the linear portion of the calibration curve obtained with synthetic platelet activating factor.

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But as soon as they had completed their calibration , Williams and Jeanloz began squeezing samples of iron in the diamond anvil.

High-precision calibration curves now exist which confirm the two features apparent in Suess's curve.

However, in the calibration model, constant marginal operating costs were assumed.

This calibration should always take into account how much you can afford to pay.

This is important because many devices for measuring low flow speeds in turn require calibration .

This is tedious but it does provide an absolute calibration on which other devices can be based.

When a sample with an unknown level of that element is analysed its concentration can be plotted on the calibration curve.

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