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through·put

(thrū'put),
A term applied to analytic instruments specifying the number of tests that can be performed in a given time.

through·put

(thrū'put)
A term applied to analytic instruments specifying the number of tests that can be performed in a given time.

throughput

(throo′pŭt″)
1. In hospital management, the sum of the services provided by a health care institution per unit of time. It includes the number of patients treated, admitted, and discharged; the total number of procedures performed; and the quantity of laboratory or radiological services rendered. It is a measure of institutional volume or capacity and a determinant of productivity.
2. In the laboratory, the analysis, processing, or testing of multiple samples. Techniques that foster the rapid or simultaneous processing of multiple samples are called high-throughput.
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5- to 200-hp motors, and throughputs to 6000 lb/hr.
40- to 250-hp motors, and throughputs from 1400 to 10,000 lb/hr.
Largest size model HGM60/145 has throughputs from 6000 to 8000 lb/hr.
Model 3260 is said to provide throughput up to 10,000 lb/hr.
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The new system reportedly provides the highest throughput and lowest liquid-nitrogen consumption of any system for this application.
In addition, miniaturization allows more assays to carry out simultaneously, increasing throughput.
It gives the reader a clear idea of the high throughput screening process and delineates its role in the modern drug discovery value chain.
Because the Ipsilon architecture decouples the switching intelligence from the raw hardware horsepower, the throughput of flow traffic is limited only by the underlying ATM switch engine.
3 million IP PPS throughput and 16 155Mbps ports, has a U.
The single chamber configuration will deliver a throughput of more than 70 wafers per hour for a typical TEOS IMD film of 3,000 angstroms - a 45% throughput advantage over competing single wafer systems.
By integrating the production proven Concept One process chamber onto the Concept Two platform, the system is able to offer substantially increased throughput while enabling our existing customers to seamlessly transfer processes to the new platform.