Catalytic activity of the component divided by the mass of the system.
- In clinical chemistry the component is usually an enzyme.
- The term catalytic content is accepted for use in clinical chemistry.
- Use of the term level as a synonym for concentration is deprecated.
- In describing a quantity, content must be clearly differentiated from concentration.
PAC, 1996, 68, 957
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