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What does LDL stand for?
LDL stands for Lower Detection Limit
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We have 155 other meanings of LDL in our Acronym Attic
- Limiting Danger Line (various armed forces)
- Linux Distribution List
- Litho Density Log (Oil Industry)
- Little Dog Laughed (play)
- Loudness Discomfort Level (audiology)
- Loutit District Library (Grand Haven, MI)
- Low Density Level (asset supply management)
- Low Density Lipoprotein (so-called 'bad' cholesterol)
- Low Density Protein
- Lower Deck Loader (aircraft cargo)
- Lower Deviation Level
- Low Density Lipoprotein-Cholesterol
- Low-Density Lipoprotein Receptor-Deficient
- Low Density Lipoprotein plus Very Low Density Lipoprotein
- Low Density Lipoprotein 1
- Low Density Lipoprotein 2
- Laura Dail Literary Agency (New York, NY)
- Liberal Democrat Lawyers Association (UK)
- Linkage Disequilibrium and Linkage Analysis (genetics)
- Louisiana Dental Laboratory Association (Elkin, NC)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A variety of hardware and software adjustments will be made to exceed the lower detection limits required by RoHS regulations and offer a solution to a number of additional material analysis requirements - including quantification of low level lead content in metal samples.
Traditionally, axial view ICPs have been the configuration of choice ICP emission spectrometers used to perform biodiesel analyses because of their perceived lower detection limits.
These results indicate that the thermal flow sensor is capable of measuring fluid flow in this channel with a lower detection limit of approximately 320 pL/s.
But regardless of their target market, all of these companies have had to address the lower detection limits and the increasing competition.
This was confirmed via graphite furnace atomization, which has a significantly lower detection limit than air/acetylene flame atomization.
The use of microbore and now capillary columns permits lower detection limits compared to conventional HPLC columns, which, when coupled with the increased sensitivity of the PL-ELS 1000[micro], provides a system capable of significant reductions in solute limits of detection.
This instrument, based on packed-column GC technology, made gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) affordable to many academic and government laboratories for the first time, and permitted much improved selectivity and lower detection limits for trace organochlorine determinations.