linearity 
The ranges of linearity were 0.1086.533 ppm and 0.0320.653 ppm palladium(II) at temperatures of 30 and 55°C, respectively.


Determination limits and linearity ranges of oxidation current were found as functions of catecholamine concentrations.


Method validation was performed in terms of sensitivity, repeatability, linearity, accuracy, detection limit, and quantification limit.


The linearity range was from 2.5 to 1000 ng/mL, and the detection limits varied from 0.5 to 1.50 ng/mL.


The validity of the method in terms of sensitivity, reproducibility, and linearity is also reported.


Coefficients of equations and linearity boundaries of the calibration dependences of optical and chromaticity characteristics of the complexes on the concentration of the central ion were calculated.


It is shown that the linearity range of the electrode response, detection limit, and the slope of the electrode function are governed by the stoichiometry of reaction, stability, and solubility of complex [MPEO]2+ cations in water.


This new peak is applicable to Co(II) determination with the linearity proportional to the Co(II) concentration in the range of 4.93 × 1076.90 × 105 M and can be attributed to an adsorptioncontrolled process with an irreversible reduction.


Determination limits and linearity ranges of currents as functions of papaverine and drotaverine concentrations are estimated.


A novel definition of the ULA was proposed as the concentration where the response started to deviate significantly from linearity, also taking into account the level of uncertainty.


Necessary and sufficient conditions for the linearity of transformations which preserve cones


We find a criterion for the linearity of mappings, preserving equal and parallel cones, in one of the exceptional cases to which the theorem of A.


In terms of weak differentiability of norms and algebraic complementation of subspaces, the singlevaluedness of the HahnBanach continuation is characterized, as well as its linearity as an operator.


The linearity of automorphism groups of relatively free groups


Linearity of metric projections on Chebyshev subspaces inL1 andC


Linearity of Automorphisms of Standard Quadrics of Codimension m in ?m+n


The linearity follows from the assumption that the colony expands through the growth of only such cells that are located immediately behind the moving colony front, in the socalled peripheral zone of constant width and density.


The departure from linearity is consistently explained by a new kinetic scheme stipulating a possible contribution to the colony growth not only of peripheral cells but also (much more distinct in Alcaligenes) of cells at the colony center.


The Dubinin theory of volume pore filling and the linearity of adsorption isosters are used.


The deviations from linearity are analyzed for the example of thermodynamic potentials of 1055 organic substances.

