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modern instrumentation, with associated improvements in test performance and reliability, together with appropriate internal quality control (IQC) and external quality assurance (EQA) measures, has led to substantial reductions in analytical errors within hemostasis laboratories. Unfortunately, the reporting of incorrect or inappropriate test results still occurs, perhaps even as frequently as in the past. Many of these cases arise due to a variety of events largely outside the control of the laboratories performing the tests. These events are primarily preanalytical


-type stars and carbon-rich stars. 10. We recognize the value of small telescopes ( < 1 meter), cou- pled with high quality modern instrumentation, for research and for education. They are ideal instruments for calibration of spectropho- tometric and photometric observations, for setting up standard stars in different photometric systems (especially for CCD photometry), for survey observations of many kinds, for measurement of the at- mospheric extinction necessary to correct observations made with large telescopes, for monitoring variable and suspected variable stars


Dardo Oscar Guaraglia, Jorge Lorenzo Pousa Introduction to Modern Instrumentation for Hydraulics and Environmental Sciences Dardo Oscar Guaraglia, Jorge Lorenzo Pousa Introduction to Modern Instrumentation for Hydraulics and Environmental Sciences Managing Editor: Alessandro Pezzoli Language Editor: Robert G. Watts Published by De Gruyter Open Ltd, Warsaw/Berlin Part of Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin/Munich/Boston This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 license, which means that the text may be used for non

structure of space-time. The future of crys- tallography is not with the determination of atomic posi- tions and electron densities in crystals. New aspects, such as the analysis of crystal growth and morphology as func- tions of the topology of space-time have already been re- cognized, but the major developments are in the future. The new directions of theoretical crystallography have special meaning for the African continent where lack of expensive modern instrumentation has been a serious drawback for many years. The beginning of crystallography in Africa can be

type piston gauges. MAPAN - Journal of Metrology Society of India , 12 (2-4), 101-104. Heydemann, P. L. M., Welch, W. E. (1975). Piston gauges. In Leneindre, B., Voder, B. (eds.) Experimental Thermodynamics . Butterworths. Yadav, S., Agarwal, R., Sharma, D. R., Bandyopadhyay, A. K., Gupta, A. C. (2003). Modern instrumentation techniques in pressure metrology under static conditions. Mapan - Journal of Metrology Society of India , 18 (2), 57-82. Sabuga, W., Bergogilo, M., Rabault, T., Waller, B., Torres, J. C., Olson, D. A., Agarwal, A., Kobata, T., Bandyopadhyay

texture of baddeleyite strongly suggest that it crystallized in a later stage of magma cooling, thus implying that the resulting ages are, for most cases, reflecting the eruption time. The work by Wu and coworkers is an elegant solution to a complex problem; it demonstrates that modern instrumentation is opening new research opportunities in geochronology, and that if these are tackled smartly, real advances in science can be achieved. The authors also demonstrate what one of the most renowned gechronologists of our time recently stated: “It is a good time to


Botana, Sainz (Eds.) Climate Change and Mycotoxins Also of interest Climate Change and Marine and Freshwater Toxins Botana, Louzao and Vilariño (Eds.), 2015 ISBN 978-3-11-033303-9, e-ISBN 978-3-11-033359-6 Chemistry of the Climate System Detlev Möller, 2014 ISBN 978-3-11-033080-9, e-ISBN 978-3-11-033194-3 Miniaturization in Sample Preparation Pena Pereira (Ed.); 2014 ISBN 978-3-11-041017-4, e-ISBN 978-3-11-041018-1 Introduction to Modern Instrumentation: For Hydraulics and Environmental Sciences Guaraglia and Pousa; 2014 ISBN 978-3-11-040171-4, e-ISBN 978

the potential application of inductively coupled plasma-MS (ICP-MS) for clinical measurement of carcinoembryonic antigen through a europium-tagged immunolabeling approach [ 8 ]. MALDI-MS for the clinic Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization-MS, or commonly known as MALDI-MS, has been the subject of increasing interest over recent years, mainly owing to the improvements in mass spectral and spatial resolution afforded by modern instrumentation. In this section, we present three review articles that discuss the potential for MALDI-MS as a routine clinical

-emitting nuclide with a half-life of 433 years and a long residence time in animals and man. The radio- activity ratio of 241Am to 239'240Pu in the environment will increase in the long run due to the decay of 241Pu. A few procedures using modern instrumentation have been reported [1-3] although the simultaneous determination of 239'240Pu and 241Pu in the same sample using a single measurement was performed in the early 1970s [4]. This is mostly a result of the difference in the radiation characteristics of these nuclides. As 241Pu is mainly a low /Remitter, the