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

Marker. A plant that reacts to certain viruses or environmental factors with production of specific symptoms and is used for detection and identification of these factors.

Indicator

In biology, any biological entity or processes, or community whose characteristics show the presence of specific environmental conditions. 2. In chemistry, a substance that shows a visible change, usually of color, at a desired point in a chemical reaction. 3.A device that indicates the result of a measurement; e.g. a pressure gauge or a moveable s...
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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

A variable or benchmark that provides information on the performance or current position of the economy .
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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

A summary measure that provides information on the state of, or change in, a system.
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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 which changes colour at a given stage in or as a result of a chemical reaction.
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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

Indicator is a substance used to show the presence of a chemical substance or ion by its colour. Acid-base indicators are compounds, such as phenolphtaleine and methyl orange, that change colour reversibly, depending on whether the solution is acidic or basic. Oxidation-reduction indicators are substances that show a reversible colour change betwee...
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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 substance used to indicate the end point of a titration by a change in color.
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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

An event, entity or condition that typically characterises a prescribed environment or situation, indicators determine or aid in determining whether or not certain stated circumstances exist or criteria are satisfied. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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indicator

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

Used in the context of general equities. Technical or fundamental measurement that securities analysts use to forecast the market`s direction, such as investment advisory sentiment, volume of stock trading, direction of interest rates, and buying or selling by corporate insiders.
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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.) 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

indicator 1. One who or that which points out, or directs attention to, something. 2. That which serves to indicate or give a suggestion of something; an indication of. 3. A mechanical device or recording instrument that indicates the condition of the apparatus, etc., to which it is attached. Cro...
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Indicator

Referring to general equities, measurement used to forecast a market`s direction. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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indicator

Type: Term Pronunciation: in′di-kā′tŏr, -tōr Definitions: 1. In chemical analysis, a substance that changes color within a certain definite range of pH or oxidation potential, or in any way renders visible the completion of a chemical reaction, litmus, phenolsulfonphthalein. 2. An isotope that is used as a tracer. 3. The ...
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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

a device which provides external evidence of sensed phenomena.
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indicator

An indicator is a summary measure related to a key issue or phenomenon that can be used to show positive or negative change. The evaluative nature of an indicator distinguishes it from the descriptive nature of statistics. Indicators are measurable aspects of a project/environment/society that can be used to monitor its progress and direction. A ke...
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