distribution volume

dis·tri·bu·tion vol·ume

the volume throughout which an added tracer substance appears to have been evenly distributed, calculated by dividing the amount of tracer added by its concentration after equilibration.
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So far, the company has reached definitive agreements or signed letters of intent to refranchise territories that account for approximately 60% of bottler-delivered distribution volume and 41 of the 51 cold-fill production facilities in the United States.
Select retailers have retracted their print programs by cutting the number of pages and overall distribution volume.
where CL1, V1, CL2 and V2 are the individual central compartment clearance rate, the central compartment distribution volume, the peripheral compartment clearance rate and the peripheral compartment distribution volume in the population, respectively.
Company, brand, packaging, and distribution volume data is provided plus value data by distribution channel.
To estimate the occupancy of A1 adenosine receptors by caffeine, the distribution volume at the baseline period of the PET scan was compared with the distribution volume after caffeine administration.
Using anthropometric data and vancomycin trough measurements, the following parameters were calculated by Bayesian analysis: vancomycin clearance, distribution volume, and peak estimated concentration.
Other authors have used the initial distribution volume of glucose (IDVG) to assess volume status (8).
Household and personal care products hold a healthy share of the top 10 categories with highest growth in coupon distribution volume in 2010.
Under the previous instate distribution exemption, which was overturned in the aftermath of an Anheuser-Busch lawsuit, small brewer distribution volume was not capped.
Owing to that, and after it had relied in its budget on contributions by the British press - each as per their distribution volume -, the agency became a joint stock company, and one of the most prominent companies listed in the London, New York, and other stock exchanges.
Since 2005, Comgas, the largest natural gas distribution company in Brazil by distribution volume, has measured leak rates from 912 segments of cast iron pipelines and discovered significantly larger leak rates than the EPA/GRI study.
The bottlers represented in the lawsuit account for about 11 percent for Coca-Cola North America's distribution volume, he said.

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