sink testing

sink testing

Lab medicine The illegal practice of providing false test results on clinical specimens–eg, vials of blood, urine specimens, that were deliberately discarded–ie, down the sink, without actually testing them
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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He held his nerve to sink testing putts for birdie on seven and 13 and then made the most of a slice of luck in narrowly avoiding the water on 16 to pick up another shot there and open up a comfortable cushion.
"Float sink testing of the coal seam composites from the bulk sample, over a range of densities has shown that an SG of 1.6 gives the optimum balance between the final product quality and yield", said Peter Tighe, Exploration Manager at East Energy.
Each component simulator has a temperature range of ambient to 110 [degrees]C, ideal for most heat sink testing applications.
The utilization of a small-scale chamber is attractive because it has the potential to reduce the overall cost of VOC sink testing. Different sink models, including statistical models (Colombo et al., 1993; Tichenor et al., 1991) and mass transfer-based models (Axley et al., 1991; Little et al., 1996; Yang et al., 2001a) have been developed.
Don't you wonder what laboratory employees were doing when their employers allowed sink testing; when their physician clients were getting kickbacks; when tests were billed but not performed; when they saw erroneous results reported?
We will also use the large quantity of sample available to complete float sink testing within the density range of 1.30 to 2.00.