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Furthermore, they have a very good resolving power of the detected pollution concentration (expressed in mg/[m.
Many of the best sporting optics have resolving power in the 5 to 7 Arc Seconds range, and occasionally as little as 2 or 3.
As anticipated, these included sequences that differed from each other at a single base, thus allowing rigorous testing of the HRM resolving power.
The electron microscope was developed to look for more detail because of its higher resolving power and magnification; it is especially useful for examining carbon black structure and crystallization patterns in polymers.
This level of eXtreme Resolution (XR[TM]) represents an order of magnitude quantum jump in mass resolving power, and opens up entirely new scientific frontiers in chemistry and molecular biology.
The voting pattern in LG polls remained same as were during 2013 General Election and people have endorsed government policies for economic revival, elimination of terrorism and steps for resolving power shortage and rejected politics of agitation and sit-ins.
Without the radar, the mission's resolving power will be limited to regions of almost 25 miles (40 kilometers) for soil moisture and freeze-thaw.
Virgin Islands, and possess the resolving power of a single radio dish more than 5,300 miles across when their signals are combined.
Chandra's resolving power provides a unique opportunity to understand more about how black holes capture material by studying this nearby object.
QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Muhammad Aslam Raisani on Wednesday directed the QESCO officials to take steps for resolving power shortage problem in far-flung areas in the province.
The various blocks on the test chart decrease in size, allowing us to test the resolving power of the optic in a standardized way.
Second, definitive assessment of genetic similarity relationships is challenging because of the limited accuracy and resolving power of conventional methods such as pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) analysis (2) and the impracticality and expense of better performing technologies.