quantitative test


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quantitative test

Etymology: L, quantum, how much, testum, crucible
a test that determines the amount of a substance per unit volume or unit weight.
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The various terms of art, hours requirements, and quantitative tests imposed under Sec.
But it's much better to go to a qualitative test after the initial quantitative test," says Kane.
Private companies can then elect to perform a qualitative assessment to determine whether it is more likely than not that goodwill is impaired, or elect to bypass the qualitative assessment and proceed directly to a quantitative test.
Even more interesting, if the respondents who prefer to proceed directly to the quantitative test were excluded, 75 percent of the remaining public company respondents elected to apply Step 0 to some or all of their reporting units.
Some entities will end up continuing to use a quantitative test to assess goodwill impairment.
The urine protein/creatinine ratio is a simple quantitative test that's ordered by checking off the spot protein and creatinine levels on a standard lab slip.
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He examines the role of corporate and government actors and the development of OFDI in the context of political and administrative changes in China and provides a quantitative test of his theories in light of two sets of Chinese OFDI data with different time frames.
Our intention is to expand the validation studies by collaborating with clinical thought leaders interested in an easy-to-use quantitative test for Alzheimer's disease.
Previously, Strosberg developed a novel quantitative test for monitoring these protein-protein interactions with the specific goal of identifying inhibitors of the core dimerization, which would block virus production.
Immunodiagnostic Systems Holdings (IDS) announced it had reached an agreement with VitaK of The Netherlands to develop a commercial quantitative test for a biomarker known as Matrix-GLA Protein (MGP) in human serum.
A more quantitative test uses an instrument called a balanced beam tester (ASTM D 2197) to measure resistance to scraping with a weighted metal stylus or loop.

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