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characterize

(kăr′ăk-tĕr-īz″)
To mark, identify, or describe the attributes of something. This helps to distinguish an individual or material from other examples of similar individuals or materials.
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The resulting RF signal is captured with an N9020A spectrum analyzer so that designers can characterize transmitter behavior and isolate defects.
Additional research is needed to determine and characterize the neuropsychological, cognitive, behavioral, cellular, and physiological consequences of inhalant abuse using clinical, animal, and in vitro investigations.
Now, you can characterize the pigment, but the software will add in previously stored info about the resins' color behavior.
The StratoPro platform enables design for yield (DFY) because it characterizes process variability using high-resolution measurements derived from unique silicon IP developed by Stratosphere Solutions.
Learn to characterize self-assembled natural and synthetic material.
In addition to isolating and characterizing tumor stem cells themselves, it is also important to identify the genes and proteins that facilitate the self renewal phenotype that characterize all stem cells.
Maintained in a thermostatically controlled environment, the TDA has the sensitivity and stability to repeatably characterize copolymers even at low concentrations, according to the manufacturer.
Measurement techniques are needed to accurately and noninvasively characterize the porosity in these films while attached on a silicon substrate.
18) The development of a molecular definition of t hese autoantigens would make it easier to classify and characterize those subgroups of patients with cicatricial pemphigoid who have multiple clinical manifestations.
469 does will not affect the partners' ability to characterize their distributive share of partnership trade or business expenses as Sec.
APPLICATION: The Shadow Moire method can characterize dimensional instability problems in lightweight papers in a non-contact, nondestructive manner.
Innovative approaches to isolate, characterize, and identify totipotent and multipotent stem cells from nonhuman biomedical research animal models, as well as to generate reagents and techniques to characterize and separate those stem cells from other cell types, is encouraged.