kinetic measurement

ki·net·ic mea·sure·ment

continuous or frequent monitoring of the readings during a chemical reaction to determine its rate.

kinetic measurement

Measurement of reactants and substrate during a chemical, physical or other dynamic process.
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The Maverick System's multiplex capacity and kinetic measurement capability streamline assay development by enabling simultaneous assessment of assay sensitivity and free drug tolerance for total ADAs and for each antibody class.
Seahorse Bioscience today announced the release of the first ever analytical instrument for the kinetic measurement of mitochondrial oxygen consumption and cytoplasmic glycolysis in cells in a 96 well microplate.
We developed a peptide technique involving the use of a triple quadrupole mass spectrometer that allows kinetic measurement of proteins with relatively low abundance in plasma.
6 /PRNewswire/ -- Seahorse Bioscience today announced the release of the first ever analytical instrument for the kinetic measurement of mitochondrial oxygen consumption and cytoplasmic glycolysis in cells in a 96 well microplate.
A kinetic measurement obviates subtraction of background, at the cost of introducing a small positive bias.
Therefore, a combination of diffusion and reaction determines the reaction rate observed for every kinetic measurement.
To counter these interferences, analysts have tried many variations of the Jaffe reaction, including modifications of sample preparation, addition of oxidizers to remove interferents, solvent extraction of interferents, pH adjustment of the reaction, continuous-flow dialysis, and kinetic measurement of the reaction [2-5].
Evaluation of the appropriate kinetic model parameter from kinetic measurement defines the degree of conversion as a function of time and temperature, [Alpha](T, t).
The NMR is to be used for complex mixtures, dilute mixtures, kinetic measurements, continuous flow, high res carbon and proton, broadband for W, Se, P, F etc.
Candidate peptide analytes for kinetic measurements must contain at least a single leucine residue, have a sequence unique to the target protein in the human plasma proteome, and have properties that are amenable to LC/MS.
They outline the fundamental concepts related to reactor design, such as mixing, unsteady-state operations, multiple steady states, and complex reactions; chemical thermodynamics, with emphasis on the thermodynamics of adsorption and complex reactions; the fundamentals of chemical kinetics, with discussion of microkinetic analysis; heat and mass transfer effects in catalysis, including transport between phases, transfer across interfaces, and the effects of external heat and mass transfer; and tools for making kinetic measurements and analyzing data.