QCM

AcronymDefinition
QCMQuartz Crystal Microbalance
QCMQuality Control Manager
QCMQuestionnaire à Choix Multiples
QCMQuebec Cartier Mining
QCMQuality Case Management (Knoxville, IA)
QCMQueenslanders for Constitutional Monarchy (Australia)
QCMQuark Content Management
QCMQueen City Metro (Cincinnati bus)
QCMQuadrat-Centimeter
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We propose that the additional factor is the quantization of angular momentum per unit mass predicted by quantum celestial mechanics (QCM).
However, the sensitivity of the QCM, like of other affinity sensors, is comparable to the molecular mass of the analyte among other factors.
In this study, we evaluated the effects of modified surfaces on the adsorption of albumin and fibronectin in RBM cells and simulated body fluid (SBF) in QCM analyses.
[143] developed a QCM sensor system having MIP layer for the detection of lovastatin in red yeast rice.
In the present study, we aimed to investigate the protein adsorption onto Ti and Zr[O.sub.2] using a 27 MHz QCM, which enabled measurements with high sensitivity and low noise [18, 19].
Since the original paper by Sauerbrey in 1959, use of the QCM has proven to be a versatile technique for measuring small mass changes [9].
Quartz crystal microbalances (QCM) are a specialized subset of crystal oscillators used to determine properties of films applied to the quartz sensor surface.
Major producers in the region are Rio Tinto (IOC), Arcelor Mittal (QCM), and Cliffs/Wuhan (Wabush and Bloom Lake).
The water quality monitoring technology developed at Hitachi's Yokohama Research Laboratory measures the very small amount of substances in seawater that cause RO membrane fouling using the quartz crystal microbalance method (QCM method).
BAF added that ServoTech, as a Ford qualified calibration modifier (QCM), has direct access to the Ford engine calibration strategy.