isotopic


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i·so·to·pic

(ī'sō-top'ik),
Of identical chemical composition but differing in some physical property, such as atomic weight.

i·so·to·pic

(ī'sō-top'ik)
Of identical chemical composition but differing in some physical property, such as atomic weight.
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The determination of the number and the molecular and isotopic composition of the gases used as reference materials.
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Here we present an alternative method of isotope analysis that could overcome a number of constraints and therefore has potential for wider adoption of isotopic techniques as part of AW-IPM programs.
In this study, isotopic turnover rates, discrimination factors, and C:N ratios were used as indicators of diet performance and nutrient assimilation of larvae in relation to their diet (Roth & Hobson 2000.
This was considered to be a variant of the isotopic phenomenon.
The expectation has long been that the moon should carry the isotopic "fingerprint" of the foreign body, which scientists have named Theia.
If the isotopic data are normally distributed, traditional parametric statistical analyses (e.
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We used the isotopic signature of alanine, an amino acid and building block of protein that essentially traps the carbon from dietary sugar so that it can be measured in the protein component of hair or blood.
Product offerings include both isotopic and non-isotopic kits, bulk antibodies, tracers and related products.