QCMS

AcronymDefinition
QCMSQuantitative Consecutive Matching Striae (forensic science)
QCMSQuad City Montessori School (Davenport, IA)
QCMSQSAR, Chemoinformatics and Modeling Society (Italy)
QCMSQuality Control Monitoring System
QCMSQCC Content Management System
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Quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) is another popular an analytical technique that displays high sensitivity to mass changes on the sensor surface.
[143] developed a QCM sensor system having MIP layer for the detection of lovastatin in red yeast rice.
QCMS provides automation of market operations and intraday liquidity provision.
Guidance for the in-house preparation of quality control materials (QCMs).
Subclause 5.6.2.2 Quality control materials ISO Guide 33:2015 Reference materials--Good practice in using reference materials (201) ISO Guide 80:2014 Guidance for the in-house preparation of quality control materials (QCMs) (202) Subclause 5.6.3.1 Participation ISO 13528:2015 Statistical methods for use in proficiency testing by interlaboratory comparison (203) ISO/IEC 17043:2010 Conformity assessment--General requirements for proficiency testing (204) Table 26.
Wireless-electrodeless QCM (WE-QCM) system were recently developed, where a naked ATcut quartz plate was driven by the line antenna or the flat antenna contactlessly, (11) and achieved high frequency QCMs with fundamental resonance frequencies up to 180 MHz.
To date, there are two commercially available ERMs that employ copper and silver-plated QCMs that provide real-time information on the amount of corrosion forming due to the presence of gaseous contaminants.
(7) initially proposed the latex piezoelectric immunoassay (LPEIA), which combines quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) measurements with an LAT immunoassay.
Piezoelectric quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) systems are becoming an increasingly accepted tool for researchers seeking a fast, direct and relatively inexpensive method for real-time measurement of biomolecular reactions.