the linearity 
The linearity of calibration curve provided by SEKI was similar to that offered by nonbias hydrodynamic injection (HDI) but significantly better than that obtained by EKI.


The linearity of the Stokes equations makes it possible to develop effective methods of solution of the problem for two and many particles [1].


The linearity of Darcy's law is known to be disturbed at both high and low flow velocities [13].


It was found that smoothing by these two filters did not distort noticeably the signal shape and the linearity of calibration plots.


It was shown that, for staircase stripping voltammetry, the linearity of calibration plots decreases substantially in this series of signal processing methods.


The limits of detection were n × 108n × 107 mol/L; the linearity ranges in the calibration graphs were of about three orders of magnitude; the relative standard deviation was of 37%.


The detection limit and the linearity range of calibration plots depend on the mass of the sorbent.


In addition the effects of pH and the type of electrolyte on the linearity range and detection limit are investigated.


The detection limit is 0.05 ppm (signaltonoise ratio = 2) and the linearity is maintained in the concentration range 0.225 μg/ml, with correlation coefficient of 0.9995 and a relative standard deviation of ±0.81%.


The linearity ranges are 0.01 ± 120 μg/L for each metal chelate.


The detection was carried out at 230 nm and the linearity range was found to be 0.5100 μg/mL.


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


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.


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.


The linearity of automorphism groups of relatively free groups


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


Deviationsfrom the linearity of the Br?nsted relationship are explained using a corrected scale of pKacor in combination with the concept of hard and soft acids and bases.

