osmometry


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Related to osmometry: osmotic pressure, refractometry

os·mom·e·try

(oz-mom'ĕ-trē),
Measurement of osmolality by use of an osmometer.

osmometry

[ozmom′ətrē]
Etymology: Gk, ōsmos, impulse, metron, measure
the field of study that deals with the phenomenon of osmosis and the measurement of osmotic forces. osmometric, adj.

os·mom·e·try

(oz-mom'ĕ-trē)
Technique used to determine the number of solute particles in solution by measuring changes in a colligative property.

osmometry

the technique of measuring osmolar concentrations. The definitive method of measuring solute:solvent ratios.
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Serum, rather than plasma, is usually preferred for osmometry because the addition of anticoagulants in plasma samples may increase solutes in the samples.
The differences observed across studies may reflect a difference in sample size, laboratories, osmometry techniques, sample processing, and captive conditions of the birds.
2005) from the measured value to account for the change in molar mass between the vapour pressure osmometry (VPO) measurement at 50[degrees]C and the solubility experiments at 23[degrees]C.
Jakher, "Investigation of Asphaltene Association with Vapour Pressure Osmometry and Interfacial Tension Measurements," Ind.
Unfortunately, it was not possible to determine the actual molecular weight of the copolymers by SEC or osmometry because of the poor solubility of the obtained copolymers in conventional organic solvents.
1, which were determined by membrane osmometry and GPC measurements for bulk diethylene glycol bis(allyl carbonate) polymerization, which is assumed to be a typical allyl monomer (4).
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The molecular masses were determined by vapor pressure osmometry ([M.