absorbancy


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absorbancy

(əbˈzɔːbənsɪ)
n
1. physics absorbance
2. the quality of being absorbent
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Absorbancy (OD value) is detected with ELIASA at 450 nm, drawing growth curve finally (Sahin et al., 2016).
Next, total mRNA was extracted in accordance with the instructions, and then Eppendorf BioPhotometer [R] b131 (Eppendorf China Ltd., Shanghai, China) was used to determine the absorbancy of mRNA.
In addition, the property of firm NIR absorbancy makes NTs become perfect contrast-mediums for PAI.
The total carotenoids (Ca) were calculated using the following formulae: Ca = 1000 * [A.sub.470]-(1.9 [Ch.sub.a] + 63.14 [Ch.sub.b])/214,where A is absorbancy at corresponding wavelengths; the values 1.9 and 63.14 are molar absorptivity coefficients for acetone (absorption of 1 cm).
Comparative evaluation of fluid absorbancy of retraction cords of different thickness after various medicament immersions.
The absorbancy of the purpurogallin formed was taken at 420 nm at time (40, 100s) for polyphenol oxidase assay (Kar and Mishra, 1976).
After incubated for 2h, the purpurogallin formed was extracted with 35 mL ether and determined by taking the absorbancy at 420 nm.
The IAIS aims to test the new capital requirements next year, before developing a system of "higher loss absorbancy" rules for insurers.