gravimetry


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Related to gravimetry: gravimetric analysis, Electrogravimetry, Titrimetry
  • noun

Synonyms for gravimetry

the measurement of specific gravity

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Double-indicator trans-cardiopulmonary thermodilution is able to detect changes in EVLW of 20% or more with good correlation to gravimetry (57).
The water mass content of soil was determined by gravimetry with oven drying at 105[degrees]C for 24 h.
4 Table 3: The Elemental Composition of Clay Samples by Titremetry, Spectrometry and Gravimetry in ppm.
Therefore, EPA method 1664, "n-Hexane Extractable Material (HEM) and Silica Gel Treated n-Hexane Extractable Material (SGTHEM) by Extraction and Gravimetry (Oil and Grease and Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons)", will replace the methods using Freon-113 (US EPA method 1664, 2002).
Previously, gravimetry was the only ISO-approved method for liquid-delivery calibration.
This has been revealed by a brand new satellite technique, called space gravimetry.
n-Hexane Extractable Material (HEM) and Silica Gel Treated n-Hexane Extractable Material (SGT-HEM) by Extraction and Gravimetry (Oil and Grease and Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons).
The following analyses were conducted on a subsample of soils (n = 174): water-soluble (1:5) and ammonium acetate-extractable cations (Thomas 1982) using Atomic Absorption Spectrometry, total C and N using a Eurovector Euro EA Elemental Analyzer, inorganic C by gravimetry following HCl treatment (US Salinity Laboratory Staff 1954), particle size distribution following dispersion with Calgon (Day 1965), and mineralogy of the clay fraction using a Philips X-ray diffractometer and graphite-monochromated Co-K[alpha] radiation generated at 40 mA and 45 kV.
These methods are gravimetry, fluorometry, photometry and Ratiometric Photometry[TM], and each can be a useful tool in the continual battle against false data and non-compliance.
It is for this reason that the monitoring plan also included gravimetry and that the electric probes and the gravimetric specimens were located more or less symmetrically about the assemblies' vertical centerlines.
The two most common calibration methods are gravimetry and photometry.
The phase constitution and the chemical homogeneity of the sample were examined by quantitative chemical analysis via EDTA titration, gravimetry.
The equilibrium concentration of the solute is determined by gravimetry (Courtens,1983).