Stanley W. Swieck

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The magnitude of olfactory responses can be related to three primary variables [number of odorant molecules (N), sniff volume (V), and sniff duration (T)] and three derived variables [concentration (C = N/V), flow rate (F = V/T), and delivery rate (D = N/T)]. To evaluate the effects of these interdependent variables upon the olfactory response, the summated(More)
In today’s competitive environment in the pharmaceutical industry, and with increased emphasis on productivity and effciency, a team approach is essential to successful implementation of a robotic system in a quality control QC) environment. A QC initiative was undertaken at Bristol-Myers Squibb in Syracuse to implement a robotic system to analyse(More)
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