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cal·o·ri·met·ric

(kă'lōr-i-met'rik),
Relating to calorimetry.

cal·o·ri·met·ric

(kal'ŏr-i-met'rik)
Relating to calorimetry.
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Calorimetric techniques for metabolic studies of cells and organisms under normal conditions and stress.
Calorimetric investigation of the effect of hydroxyanthraquinones in Rheum officinale Baill on Staphylococcus aureus growth.
While the 'reverse Fick' method has been a commonly used physiological standard against which calorimetric methods have been compared, it also has limitations (1).
It was observed however, during repeated calorimetric experiments, followed by frequent chemical composition analyses, that the composition of the residual gas from the calorimeter does not obey the chemical equilibrium at room temperature, but at an unexpectedly high temperature instead (Rugescu, 2005).
This new calorimetric technique has been developed where nano-Joules of heat can be measured.
Our computed acoustic Debye temperature, 1217 K, is about 20 % lower than the handbook calorimetric value.
A Japanese group, led by Shoji Torii of Waseda University, is designing an instrument called CALorimetric Electron Telescope, or CALET, with the hope that it will be placed on the International Space Station in 2013.
The technology behind the SQ flow meter is based on the calorimetric flow sensing principle.
When in 1989 Fleischman and Pons, as a result of incompetently-performed calorimetric measurements, announced to the world that they had discovered 'cold nuclear fusion' which would, with development, solve mankind's energy problems forevermore, several other research groups, within a few weeks, claimed to be able to repeat their measurements.
These results do indicate that the measured data, calorimetric measurements, simulation for center-of-glazing, modified linear thermal transmittances, and the modeling methodology accurately describe the behavior of the test cell.