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re·pro·duc·i·bil·i·ty

(rē'prō-dūs'i-bil'i-tē),
1. Ability to cause to exist again or to present again.
2. Ability to duplicate measurements over long periods of time by different laboratories.
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reproducibility

Lab medicine  The degree of agreement among repeated measurements of a particular parameter, presented in terms of a standard deviation or coefficient of variation of the results in a set of measurements
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re·pro·duc·i·bil·i·ty

(rē'prō-dūs'i-bil'i-tē)
1. Ability to cause to exist again or to present again.
2. Ability to duplicate measurements over long periods by different laboratories.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

reproducibility

(re-pro-doos-i-bil'i-te)
1. The quality of being provable again by repeated experimentation. See: research
2. A quality control test of radiographical output for multiple exposures using the same exposure factors. These factors must not vary by more than ±5%.
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The researchers' experiments with chicken, beef and milk indicate that their new assay reliably distinguishes active from inactive toxin and yields reproducible results. It should make it possible to monitor foods and improve safety and security, without the use of animals.
The dispenser comes with a foot pedal actuator and allows for a hands-free operation that ensures precise mix ratios and reproducible results, and the stand also is fully-adjustable over three axes and can accommodate a wide range of product applications, the company adds.
Additionally, the revision updates test procedures to provide criteria that will allow testing laboratories to generate reproducible results while removing restrictive language that could impede the testing process.
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By changing the solvent from cyclohexane to pentane and other n-alkanes, different sized luminescent silica nanoparticles have been synthesized with a highly reproducible results and a uniformed size distribution.
If we are dealing with a drilled and grooved cover, it becomes almost impossible to get reproducible results because of the difficulties in accurately positioning the ball.
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A new software control system ensures the washer provides reliable and reproducible results.
Science begins with observed facts and reproducible results, and attempts to work its way toward an ever broader, ever more consistent understanding of the universe - but will always fall short of comprehensive religious truth.