maximum concentration


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maximum concentration

The peak concentration that a drug achieves in a specified compartment after the drug has been administrated and before administration of a second dose. Cmax is the opposite of Cmin—which is the minimum (or trough) concentration that a drug achieves after dosing.
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The maximum concentration of Sulphat found at Meer colony while minimum at New Muhammdi colony.
Its maximum concentrations in the eastern region occur over Zhagabulak near the industrial area (Chromtau area) and over Astana.
Among the nine sites analysed, maximum concentration of lead, zinc and copper was found at Hyderabad.
It has a fighter-plane-style head-up display that flashes the vehicle's speed and other vital information on to the screen in order that the driver need not take his or her eyes off the road when maximum concentration is required.
Meanwhile, it has been more positive about 'Disperse Violet 1' in semi-permanent hair dyes and 'HC Yellow n9', setting a maximum concentration of 0.
So I will race with maximum concentration and hopefully will not make too many mistakes through the year," said Alonso.
This was clearly shown in the second game against Saudi, in Riyadh, when Bahrain scored their second goal in the dying seconds of the added time, due to maximum concentration on their task.
WASHINGTON -- A new House bill proposes to prohibit the manufacture after July 1,2010, of "electroindustry products" that contain lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls ("PBBs"), and polybrominated diphenyl ethers ("PBDEs") above the maximum concentration levels specified in the European Union's RoHS Directive.
It lays down maximum concentration levels and average annual values to be complied with by 2015, by which time the member states must have drawn up management plans for river basins under the Water Framework Directive.
The recommendation, drafted by Holger Krahmer (ALDE, Germany) and adopted by 35 votes to four, with nine abstentions, deals with a new directive on air quality which envisages maximum concentration levels for the atmospheric microparticles or dust most hazardous to human health a- PM2.
We need to go there and have maximum concentration, maximum professionalism and try to do it.
For many products, the comparison is based on the evaluation of indicative parameters of the bioavailability, as they are the area under the curve elaborated with the changes of concentration in a biological fluid, detected during a period of time, and the maximum concentration obtained for each product.

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