Furthermore, derivative spectrophotometry is a useful mean of resolving two overlapping spectra and eliminating matrix interference in the assay of two-component mixtures using the zero-crossing technique [2-4].
What does TCM stand for?
TCM stands for Two-Component Mixture (molecular biology)
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In this study, two-component mixtures were considered.
2001) investigated the effects of two-component mixtures on VTG induction in rainbow trout.
1992, "Derivative spectrophotometric analysis of two-component mixture using a compensation technique," Analyst, 117, pp.
Ultrasonic velocity measurements have been used to measure the solids concentration in fruit juices and can be used to measure the concentration of most two-component mixtures, such as alcohol in spirits and solids in skimmed milk.