QL

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AcronymDefinition
QLQuick Look
QLQueensland (Australia)
QLQuality of Life (USAF funding issues)
QLQuantum Leap
QLQuality of Life (well-being)
QLQuery Language
QLQuality Level
QLQuadratus Lumborum (muscle)
QLQuantification Limit (chemistry)
QLQuiche Lorraine
QLQualification Level (Canadian military)
QLQuantum Libet (Latin: As Much As You Please)
QLO-Ethyl-2-Diisopropylaminoethyl Methylphosphonite
QLQuad Left
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In this method linearity of calibration curve, sensitivity and selectivity of the solute detection, reproducibility, instrument precision, detection limit, quantification limit, and recovery of insecticide residues were performed (Lee et al.
is because the quantification limit competition in view of the complexity of this section (also supplement III.
The method's quantification limit (LOQ), defined as the lowest concentration that could be determined with accuracy and precision below 20% over five analytical runs (FDA, 2001), was obtained by bean samples (n = 5) spiked at different concentrations of analytes.
In addition, pesticides analyzed could be present in concentrations below the quantification limit of the technique used during propolis analysis.
The lowest quantification limit of detection of the ELISA was 0.
3-MT concentrations can still be below the quantification limit in healthy individuals.
In October 2016, Maines DEP had proposed to designate two flame retardants, decabromodiphenyl ether (Deca-BDE) and hexabromocyclododecane (HBCD/HBCDD), as Priority Chemicals (PCs) for reporting in certain childrens products if they exceed the practical quantification limit (PQL).
Table 1 lists typical calibration equations, and the correlation and other coefficients of analytical merit, such as detection limit, quantification limit and dynamic linear ran.
08 [micro]mol/L, and the quantification limit (signal + 6 SD of a sample free of analyte) was 0.
Our data (Table 2) indicate that 2 [micro]g/L is the quantification limit for nicotine and nornicotine in urine, whereas 1 [micro]g/L is the quantification limit for anabasine and cotinine, and 5 [micro]g/L is the quantification limit for trans-3'-hydroxycotinine.
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