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This became the basis for the first-ever standard reference materials.
Measuring the performance of a new standard reference test tire (SRTT) in a variety of situations is the purpose of a new ASTM International (www.
com Lucifer's Dictionary Of The American Language is not a standard reference dictionary.
Government Institutes was founded in 1973 in Rockville, Maryland, and achieved early success with its Environmental Law Handbook, which has become a standard reference work in the field and is used extensively as a college and law school textbook.
Other properties acquired by Vance include the Turf & Ornamental Reference, the Material Safety Data Sheet reference manual, the Worker Protection Standard reference manual, and the complete electronic database products and Web site properties from C&P Press.
Before 1972, the standard reference for voltage measurements was based on electrochemical cells maintained under specified, but never entirely repeatable, condition.
It delivers a standard reference that will remain relevant as a powerful model, useful across SOA deployments with evolving technologies," said Patrick Gannon, president and CEO of OASIS.
The developer of widely used industry standards, ASTM International Committee D24 develops standard reference blacks that are standard compounding ingredients used to achieve better agreement with standard ASTM International recipes and inter-laboratory test comparison.