indicator

1.a dial gauge used on the rig to measure the hookload. 2. substances in acid-base that, in solution, change color or become colorless as the hydrogen ion concentration reaches a definite value, these values varying with the indicator. In other titrations, such as chloride, hardness, and other determinations, these substances change color at the end of the reaction. Common indicators are phenolphthalein, and potassium chromate. ...

indicator

A substance that undergoes an sharp, easily observable change when conditions in its solutions change. See, for example, acid-base indicator and redox indicator.
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Indicator

Gives a snapshot of the market to indicate which way it is moving. In the cattle market there is an indicator for trade cattle, feeder cattle, export cattle, as well as cows.
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indicator

(in´dĭ-ka″tәr) the index finger, or the extensor muscle of the index finger. any substance that indicates the appearance or disappearance of a chemical by a color change or attainment of a certain pH. prognostic indicators factors such as staging, tumor type...
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indicator

[n] - (chemistry) a substance that changes color to indicate the presence of some ion or substance 2. [n] - a signal for attracting attention 3. [n] - a device for showing the operating condition of some system
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Indicator

[pronounce: ind-ic-ay-ter] A dye that will change colour in acids and alkalis.
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Indicator

• (n.) Any bird of the genus Indicator and allied genera. See Honey guide, under Honey. • (n.) A pressure gauge; a water gauge, as for a steam boiler; an apparatus or instrument for showing the working of a machine or moving part • (n.) The part of an instrument by which an effect is indicated, as an index or pointer. • (n.) A t...
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indicator

noun a device for showing the operating condition of some system
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Indicator

[distance amplifying instrument] In various contexts of science, technology, and manufacturing (such as machining, fabricating, and additive manufacturing), an indicator is any of various instruments used to accurately measure small distances and angles, and amplify them to make them more obvious. The name comes from the concept of indicati...
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Indicator

[genus] Indicator is a genus of near passerine birds in the honeyguide family. The name refers to the behaviour of some species, notably the greater honeyguide, which guide large mammals such as ratels and humans to bee colonies so that they can share in the spoils of wax and insects when the nest is broken into. Indicator honeyguides are b...
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Indicator

[metadata] In metadata an indicator is a Boolean value that may contain only the values true or false. The definition of an Indicator must include the meaning of a true value and should also include the meaning if the value is false. If a data element may take another value to represent e.g. unknown or not applicable, then a Code should be ...
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Indicator

[social sciences] Herman Fung (Chinese: 馮學文; born Fung Hok Man Herman; 22 November 1980) is a Hong Kong born, British IT specialist and blogger. He has developed and implemented ICT projects for governments, private sector and Nonprofit Organisations in the UK and around the world. Most notably, serving as a VSO volunteer to implement...
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Indicator

[statistics] In statistics and research design, an indicator is an observed value of a variable, or in other words `a sign of a presence or absence of the concept being studied`. For example, if a variable is religiosity, and a unit of analysis is an individual, then that one of potentially more numerous indicators of that individual`s reli...
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Indicator

In'di·ca`tor (ĭn'dĭ*kā`tẽr) noun [ Latin : confer French indicateur .] 1. One who, or that which, shows or points out; as, a fare indicator in a street car. 2. (Machinery) A pressure gauge; a water gauge, as for a steam boiler; an appara...
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Indicator

a compound that changes color at a particular pH, or over a particular narrow range of pH, used to show titration end points.
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indicator

a compound that changes color at a particular pH, or over a particular narrow range of pH, used to show titration end points.
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Indicator

A dealer's or investor's interest in purchasing (not commitment to buy) securities that are still in
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Indicator

a device which provides external evidence of sensed phenomena.
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indicator

a flag, pointer or visual sign of any kind indicating the state or performance of its associated apparatus
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Indicator

A precision instrument which shows variations of thousandths of an inch or less when testing the tru
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indicator

A substance that indicates when the concentration of a chemical species has passed a certain threshold value, by a change of color, turbidity, or fluorescence. Indicators are generally used to find the end point of a titration. The indicator is a substance existing in two visibly different forms i...
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Indicator

A substance that undergoes a sharp, easily observable change when conditions in its solutions change. See, for example, acid-base indicator and redox indicator. See also: pH.
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Indicator

A substance that undergoes an sharp, easily observable change when conditions in its solutions chang
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Indicator

A substance used to indicate the end point of a titration by a change in color.
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Indicator

a substance which changes colour at a given stage in or as a result of a chemical reaction.
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