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.



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Instrument database: Waters Corporation - Quattro micro GC
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