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enrichmentnoun adornment, advancement, aggrandizement, appreciation, beautification, betterment, cultivation, decoration, development, embellishment, endowment, enhancement, furtherance, improvement, refinement, reward
Associated concepts: unjust enrichment, unlawful enrichment
See also: advance, development, endowment, increase, progress, reform
enrichment a gain, or sometimes the prevention of expense, which is the focus of some parts of the law of restitution. In civilian systems unjustified enrichments may often be reversed.
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The isotopic enrichment
factor for denitrification in the upper soil layer columns was -7.
That is, higher rates of denitrification result in higher (less negative) values of isotopic enrichment
and lower rates result in lower (more negative) values of isotopic enrichment
Measuring isotopic enrichment
by GC/MS requires controlling for many potential sources of variability, including analyte concentration, the intensity of the ion to be monitored, the spectrometric and chromatographic conditions, and the design of GC/MS (7).