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Definition of Microanalytic
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Literary usage of Microanalytic
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1. Drug Abuse Prevention Through Family Interventions by Rebecca Singer Ashery, Elizabeth B. Robertson, Karol Linda Kumpfer (1999)
"... with pretreatment child aversive behavior scores from a microanalytic coding system and predicted posttreatment child aversive behavior scores as well. ..."
2. Helping Children Take Healthy Steps: Abstracts of Selected Articles on Early edited by Jeanne Brooks-Gunn (1999)
"Also, the authors state that the quality of interpersonal relationships may be missed in the "microanalytic measurement" of individual behavior frequencies. ..."
3. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"Microanalyses were by SM Nagy, MIT, and Galbraith microanalytic Laboratory, Knoxville, Tenn. Infrared spectra were recorded on a Perkin-Elmer ..."
4. Asbestos: Selected Cancers by Institute of Medicine (U. S.) (2006)
"Environmental and occupational exposures to chrysotile asbestos: A comparative microanalytic study. Archives of Environmental Health 42(4): 185-191. ..."
5. Facing Hazards and Disasters: Understanding Human Dimensions by National Research Council (U.S.), Division on Earth and Life Studies (2006)
"At the other extreme are microanalytic models such as OREMS (Oak Ridge National Laboratories, 2003), which are designed to generate precise ETEs for small ..."
6. Advancing Metrology for Electrotechnology to Support the U.S. Economy by Joanne Surrette (1999)
"... extends the sensitivity and resolution of x-ray microanalytic techniques. The new system is able to analyze the small defect particles generated in the ..."