Many qualitative researchers state that sample
size and sampling are not issues in qualitative research.
The adult sample
consisted of 64 females (60%) and 43 males (40%).
For scientists and academics engaged in field work, accurately identifying and tracking the samples
they collect for later study is a key part of the scientific method, as well as one of the most cumbersome duties if they're working with scores of samples
We illustrate the capability of the instrument with polarized SUSANS spectra of an as-cast [Fe.sub.73][Al.sub.5][Ga.sub.2][P.sub.8][C.sub.5][B.sub.4][Si.sub.3] ribbon sample
The nanoparticle test can sense just a few dozen molecules of ADDL in a sample
, making it a million times as sensitive as any other technique, the team reports in an upcoming Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Although the relatively small size of the sexually experienced Hispanic sample
was a limitation of the study, our results included only data for which unweighted cell sizes were five or greater.
of each blend were mixed and then compacted in the gyratory compactor to 50 gyrations, which is the standard compaction level for lightly traveled roads and streets.
Because forensic geologists must be aware of the context and source of the samples
examined, investigators should ensure that they remove earth material from clothing, vehicles, or other sources with extreme care, ensuring preservation of the original sample
Thin sections were prepared in the vertical direction where sample
orientation is known.
It's designed to extrude test samples
from very small amounts of developmental materials -- 5 to 10 g/hr.
It would be careless to overlook the relevance of the answering-machine sample
to its moment in time.
The topic of diversity was integrated into the coursework required of education majors, although this sample
was still in the process of completing that coursework.