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E 284, E12 aniaydrite, n--the mineral consisting primarily of anhydrous calcium sulfate, CaSO4. C 11, C l l anhydrite, n--see calcium sulfate. " D 1695, D01 a n h y d r o u s - - a material that does not contain water either absorbed on its surface or as water of crystallization; a water-free product. E 1705, E48 anhydrous ethanol--100 % ethanol, neat ethanol, 199 + proof ethanol. E 1705, E48 anhydrous soalr---under soap, see anhydrous soap. D 459, D12 anhydrous, without water--term used in chemistry to denote absence of water.
A 340, A06 ankle, n--in anatomy, the joint between the foot and the lower leg. D 123, D13 ankle, n--the joint between the foot and the lower leg. D 5219, D13 ankle girth, n--in body measurements, the circumference of the leg over the greatest prominence of the ankle. D 123, D13 ankle girth, n--the maximum horizontal circumference of the ankle, taken over the greatest prominence of the anklebones. D 5219, D13 ankle height, n--in body measurements, with the subject standing barefoot, the distance from the center of the prominent outside ankle bone to the floor.
Sample system, n---equipment necessary to provide the analyzer with a continuous representative sample. span drift, n--the change in analyzer output over a stated time period, usually 24 h of unadjusted continuous operation, when the input concentration is at a constant, stated upscale value. zero drift, n--the change in analyzer output over a stated time period of unadjusted continuous operation when the input concentration is zero; usually expressed as a percentage change of full scale over a 24-h operational period.
ASTM dictionary of engineering science & technology by ASTM Committee E02 on Terminology