buffer value

buff·er val·ue

the power of a substance in solution to absorb acid or alkali without change in pH; this is highest at a pH value equal to the pKa value of the acid of the buffer pair.
See also: buffer capacity.
Synonym(s): buffer index

buff·er val·ue

(bŭf'ĕr val'yū)
The power of a substance in solution to absorb acid or alkali without change in pH; this is highest at a pH value equal to the pKa value of the acid of the buffer pair.
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Pixels with a stencil buffer value unequal zero are now considered in shadow.
On the measurement of buffer values and on the relationship of buffer value to the dissociation constant and reaction of the buffer solution.
Sampling from this distribution is simple and a buffer value x on the defined range is easily obtained.
4]OH (chemical analogue for KOH) for >12 h did not change measured buffer values (Izaurralde et al.
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A Bird's Eye View (BEV) visualization of flow control could display the relative flow control buffer values at each point (or "chronitude") in the time window.
Redesigned pHTestrs feature a full 1-1/16" tall display, increased buffer recognition at both USA and NIST standard buffer values, and up to three-point pH calibration.
LAN analyzers usually offer optional advanced VoIP analysis features, such as the ability to play back conversations, vary the jitter buffer values on playback, diagram the signaling and transport protocols, and compute a voice-quality score, such as mean opinion score.
It also automatically recognizes and calibrates to standard buffer values, making pH calibration faster and easier.
Users can log their previous 50 calibrations to maintain good laboratory practice compliance, and can utilize features, such as automatic buffer recognition, automatic temperature compensation, and user-selectable buffer values.