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spot test

Lab medicine The testing of blood or urine by droppering it on a filter paper impregnated with enzymes or other substances which, in the presence of a–blood or urine constituent of interest would result in a specific color change. See Dipstick, Thin-layer chromatography.
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In addition to the new legal services that focus on the unreliability of the chemical tests, the experienced attorneys from DUI Lawyer Pros are also highly knowledgeable about the DUI field sobriety tests, and they may also be able to prove that the breathalyzer machine was not calibrated correctly or working properly.
Until now, chemical tests carried out have revealed no problems regarding the quality of the water.
Army historian Jeffrey Smart has spent the past 22 years at Aberdeen Proving Ground, formerly the Edgewood Arsenal, where many of the chemical tests - particularly on protective equipment - were conducted.
Further chemical tests of the bottles' contents by the FBI found no evidence of explosive materials.
Two containers in the bag of a female traveller in the United States tested positive for explosives residue on Thursday (17 August), but later chemical tests found no explosives in the bottles.
Chemical tests suggested there could have been minute traces of blood on one of Holly's Nike trainers and saliva on Jessica's football shirt, forensics expert Dr Helen Davey said.
He served as chairman of the Chemical Methods Committee and made many contributions to all of the TAPPI Test Methods involving paper permanence, including fiber composition, chemical tests, pH, alkaline reserve, and moist and dry accelerated aging.
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in Stratford-Upon-Avon permitted researchers to perform chemical tests on 24 pipe fragments from its museum collection.
Foodscan Laboratories, of Hillington, near Glasgow, will carry out microbiological and chemical tests for bugs like salmonella, listeria and the deadly E Coli 0157.
For the chemical tests, the aircraft is sprayed with a vaporized simulated chemical agent, then put inside a hangar for decontamination using heat at about 180 degrees Fahrenheit or six days, a process called ``accelerated weathering.
Chemical tests showed that the new seeds had only 2 percent as much gossypol as normal cottonseeds do.
Shannon borrowed testing equipment owned by her community association and began conducting numerous chemical tests each month on a dozen ponds and streams, testing for carbon dioxide, dissolved oxygen, nitrates, orthophosphates, ammonia nitrogen, sulfide, turbidity, and fecal coliform bacteria.

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