They consist of naturally contaminated samples containing the toxin at levels close to the recommended (voluntary) action limits, and samples having low levels to provide a means of checking analytical background and recovery efficiency.
What does AL stand for?
AL stands for Action Limit (NREL)
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We have 89 other meanings of AL in our Acronym Attic
- Absolute Latency
- Academic Link
- Accelerated Learning
- Acceptable Language
- Acceptable Level
- Acceptance Limit
- Access Line (FS-1037c)
- Account Librarian
- Acquisition Logistician
- Action Level (OSHA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Potentially affected fractions at the VICH phase I aquatic action limit suggest that the action limit is protective of major inhibitory effects on bacteria by all three antibiotics (Figure 4), although a minority of sensitive individuals could be inhibited in up to 12% of genera (i.
On the low end, most practices believe providers should take note when random glucose goes below the action limit for fasting glucose--which is why 70 mg/dL on the low end is probably reasonable.
Angela Torrance, of Archers Solicitors, said: "Vibration White Finger, is a widespread hazard, with over one million UK workers exposed to vibration over the Health and Safety Executive action limit.
NSF also has established the lead action limit for point-of-use products (faucets) and in-line mechanical devices at 15 ppb.
Today's action limits purchases to those that are consistent with Wells Fargo's systematic repurchase plan and stock issuance requirements for acquisitions accounted for as purchases.
Edgren also noted that the council's action limits kelp harvesting.
If indoor radon levels prove worrisome - well above EPA's 4-picocuries-per-liter action limit - Kearfott recommends considering a more drastic measure: lining the ducts with a gasimpermeable sleeve.