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  • n. Plural form of selectivity.

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Examples

  • The non tagged-based protein purification method includes tools that rely on a combination of techniques with independent selectivities for protein features.

  • Following the conventional notion of log-scaled spatial-frequency selectivities and a bank of log Gabor filters with a log Gaussian function, defined as

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  • In addition to a C4 phase which broadens the scope of selectivities for reversed phase LC, the new columns also include options for the analysis of polar compounds by ion exchange, HILIC and normal phase chromatography.

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  • Planned are nanosensors with increased selectivities and sensitivities for monitoring air quality, detecting stresses in buildings, bridges, water pollution, as well as disease symptoms in people.

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  • That said, let's see what he can do as Culture Editor online, where such innovations as NPR's blog are bringing the right sensibilities and selectivities to online culture journalism.

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  • - To use computational chemistry methods and experiments to develop and validate detailed models, and to predict catalyst activity and hydrocarbon selectivities over a range of temperatures, pressures, and hydrogen-to-carbon-dioxide ratio, and cobalt catalyst behavior.

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  • 3D shape and illumination direction selectivities are correlated suggesting that V4 neurons can use the direction of illumination present in complex patterns of shading present on the surface of objects.

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