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The recent tenth version contains over 7,000 new phrases! This accelerated and seriously REVISED variation includes all 29,000 typical definitions referenced in all ASTM terminology criteria. One easy-to-use quantity is helping you: • become aware of phrases and definitions no longer mostly present in so much dictionaries. • Make quicker, higher use of ASTM criteria. • find out how specific technical fields use their terminology. every one definition: • used to be written through technical specialists of their box. • displays the experience within which that box makes use of the time period. • presents a transparent and specific clarification of every time period • contains the designation of the ASTM typical within which it truly is referenced and the ASTM committee that constructed the traditional. viewers: A helpful reference device for a person concerned with clinical and technical learn and functions

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D 996, D10 anchor, n - - a device used to connect securely a building component to adjoining construction, to a supporting member, or to the ground. E 631, E06 anchor---cast-in-place or post-installed fastening device installed in the base material for the purpose of transferring loads to the base material. E 2265, E06 anchor--in a surface-micromachiningprocess, the portion of the test structure where a structural layer is intentionally attached to its underlying layer. E 2444, E08 anchor, n---components that are directly attached to the bony elements of the spine (sacrum, lamina, pedicle, vertebral body, spinous process, transverse process, the pelvis, or ribs).

U - - a unit of length equal to 10-8 cm. This is the standard unit of measurement in X-ray crystallography. E 7, E04 angular aggregate--aggregate, the particles of which possess welldefined edges formed at the intersection of roughly planar faces. D 653, D18 angle----on countersunk head, total included angle formed by conical underportion or beating surface. F 547, F16 angle--See lead angle. F 547, F16 angle beam--a term used to describe an angle of incidence or refraction other than normal to the surface of the test object, as in angle beam examination, angle beam search unit, angle beam longitudinal waves, and angle beam shear waves.

The electrode is placed in the reagent, and the sample concentration is calculated from the change in electrode potential after the addition of the sample. D 4127, D19 analate subtraction--a variation of the known subtraction measurement technique in which the sample (analate) is added to a reagent containing an ion that reacts with the species being determined. The electrode is placed in the reagent, the change in electrode potential is observed when the sample is added, and the sample concentration calculated.

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