microdrop

microdrop

(mī′krō-drŏp″)
1. A tiny drop of fluid.
2. One sixtieth of a milliliter (ml).
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Similar to a conventional surfactant, a higher concentration of PEGMA leads to a reduction in the microdrop size and therefore the resulting nanogel diameter is reduced from 300 nm for 0% PEGMA (NG5) down to 227 nm for 20% PEGMA (NG7) nanogels.
aureus, using the technique of microdrop. The drop plate (DP) method was used to determine the number of viable suspended bacteria, less time and effort are required to dispense the drops onto an agar plate than to spread an equivalent total sample volume into the agar (HERIGSTAD et al., 2001).
Lee, "Headspace ionic liquid-based microdrop liquid-phase microextraction followed by microdrop thermal desorption-gas chromatographic analysis," Talanta, vol.
Then, the needle tip was immersed into the sample solution, and the microsyringe was pushed slowly in order to make the microdrop hang under the needle tip steadily.
Smith, "Microdrop preparation factors influence culture-media osmolality, which can impair mouse embryo preimplantation development," Reproductive BioMedicine Online, vol.
IVM, with standard and conditioned media, was performed in 50 pl microdrops of medium containing 10 COCs per microdrop, under mineral oil submersion for 24 hours at 37[degrees]C with 6% C[O.sub.2].
Tan-ginbozu microdrop bioassay, showing that 20-40 pg/ml were produced (Bottini et al.
In the spray mode (b), however, we can find that the drop size is drastically reduced to a microdrop at the tip of the cone because of the suppression of the surface tension as [LAMBDA] increases.
Atmospheric humidity induces formation of microdrop condensation around the main deposited drops on the glass substrate.
Pollination drop and microdrop secretions in Cedrus.