gain

Electrical signals, measured in volts, can be amplified by appropriate circuitry. The degree of amplification is often called the gain. Thus, an electron multiplier detector can be said to have a gain of 106, indicating that it will amplify the incoming signal one million times.



The term "gain" was found in the following pages:

Pittcon 2013 | EVISA's Agenda of Events
Instrument database: Waters Corporation - Quattro micro GC
Instrument database: Agilent Technologies Inc. - 1100 Series Diode-array Detector SL
HPLC 2014, International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques | EVISA's Agenda of Events
Link database: vimeo: Methylmercury in fish: What the label won't tell you
Tin and mercury content and speciation in red wine from different countries | EVISA's News
Microbeam analysis of dental amalgam reveals high mobility of mercury | EVISA's News
Directory of scientists: Richard F. Browner
Instrument database: Jasco Inc. - FP-2020 Fluorescence detector for HPLC
Instrument database: Aurora Biomed - TRACE AI1200 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
Link database: Encyclopedia of Earth: Gold
Journals database: International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry
Characterization and Speciation of Gold and Silver Nanoparticles by MEKC-ICP-MS | EVISA's News
Instrument database: ESA Inc. - 5600A CoulArray
Component database: PHOTONIS - Electron multipliers
Instrument database: BÄHR-Thermoanalyse GmbH - Simultaneous Thermal Analyzer STA 502
Instrument database: Toptica Photonics AG - DL 100
Instrument database: Bodenseewerk Perkin-Elmer GmbH - Model 1100
Instrument database: Thermo Scientific - Orbitrap Eclipse Tribrid Mass Spectrometer
Instrument database: Thermo ARL - ARL Advant XP and XP+ X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer