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al·i·quant

(al'i-kwahnt)
chemistry, immunology A portion that results from dividing the whole in a manner that some is left after the aliquants (equal in volume or weight) have been apportioned.
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The source cocktails were gravimetrically prepared with aliquants of the [sup.209]Po solutions as dispensed by pycnometer and measured with a electronic microbalance (Mettler AT20).
US professional services provider Towers Watson (NYSE:TW) announced the completion of its takeover of privately-held health and welfare benefits administration firm Aliquant aimed at building up its position in the sector.
Wright Investors, which occupied what is to become EDR's new space, moved its operations to 18,000 square feet on the second floor, while Aliquant Corporation, a benefits provider, moved its offices from 10,000 square feet on the second floor to 13,000 square feet on the first floor of the building.