chloridometer

chlor·i·dom·e·ter

(klōr'i-dom'ĕ-ter),
An apparatus for determining the amount of chlorides in blood or urine, or other fluids.

chloridometer

[klôr′idom′ətər]
an instrument for measuring the level of chlorides in body fluids.

chloridometer

, chloridimeter (klor-ĭ-dom′ĕt-ĕr) (-dim′) [ chloride + -meter]
An instrument for determining the amount of chloride in a body fluid.
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5 mL of Chloridometer Acid Reagent (Labconco) to each vial, weighed the vial, and incubated it for 40 min at 21 [degrees]C-23 [degrees]C.