Gravimetric

  • (adj): Of or relating to hydrometry.
    Synonyms: hydrometric

Some articles on gravimetric:

Gravimetric Analysis - Advantages
... Gravimetric analysis, if methods are followed carefully, provides for exceedingly precise analysis ... In fact, gravimetric analysis was used to determine the atomic masses of many elements to six figure accuracy ... Gravimetric analysis, due to its high degree of accuracy, when performed correctly, can also be used to calibrate other instruments in lieu of reference standards ...
Thermogravimetric Analysis
... Thermogravimetric analysis or thermal gravimetric analysis is a type of testing performed on samples that determines changes in weight in relation to a temperature ... mass of the substance in the mixture by using thermal gravimetric analysis ... Thermal gravimetric analysis is the act of heating a mixture to a high enough temperature so that one of the components decomposes into a gas, which dissociates into the air ...
Nova Corps - The Nova Force
... various energy manipulation/projection/shielding (mainly 'gravimetric' related as well as the ability to generate their Uniform) with advanced internal CPU ... of the nova force have included increasing the gravimetric mass of an object or target, e.g ... making a door virtually immovable by altering its gravimetric mass to weight 200 tons ...
Equivalent Weight - Use in Gravimetric Analysis
... weight" had a distinct sense in gravimetric analysis it was the mass of precipitate which corresponds to one gram of analyte (the species of interest) ... definitions came from the practice of quoting gravimetric results as mass fractions of the analyte, often expressed as a percentage ... For example, in the gravimetric determination of nickel, the molar mass of the precipitate bis(dimethylglyoximato)nickel is 288.915(7) g mol−1, while the molar mass of nickel ...
World Geodetic System - History
... a world system by using different approaches to the gravimetric datum orientation method ... To determine their gravimetric orientation parameters, the Air Force used the mean of the differences between the gravimetric and astro-geodetic deflections and geoid heights (undulations) at ... an adjustment to minimize the difference between astro-geodetic and gravimetric geoids ...