gasometric


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gas·o·met·ric

(gas'ō-met'rik),
Relating to gasometry.

gasometric

/gas·o·met·ric/ (gas″o-met´rik) pertaining to the measurement of gases.

gas·o·met·ric

(gas'ō-met'rik)
Relating to gasometry.

gasometric

(găs″ō-mĕt′rĭk)
Pert. to the measurement of gases.
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The subject of the public contract is the supply of gasometric chamber for the measurement of gas exchange on Arabidopsis plants.
Instrument/technique Developer Year Analytical balance for urinalysis Bang IC 1913 Duboscq colorimeter for Folin O 1904 the measurement of creatinine in urine Beckman DU spectrophotometer Cary AH and Beckman AO 1941 Atomic spectroscopy Flame photometry Hald P 1947 Atomic absorption Zettner A 1964 Gasometric analysis Haldane JS 1912 Electrochemical techniques Hober R 1900 Proficiency testing Sunderman FW Sr 1945 Zone electrophoresis Cremer HD and Tiselius A 1950 Durrum EL 1950 RIA Berson SA and Yalow RS 1959 Monoclonal antibodies Schwaber J 1973 Automation Skeggs LT 1957 Computers Sunderman FW Jr.
Soil organic C was determined by dry combustion (Nelson and Sommers 1982) in a LECO high-frequency induction furnace (LECO, Saint Joseph, Michigan, USA) corrected for inorganic C using a gasometric method (Dreimanis 1962).
Gasometric open system enabling laboratory and field conditions, accurate measurement of changes in the concentration of co2 and h2o based on infrared spectroscopy and enabling the subsequent calculation of co2 assimilation rate, transpiration rate, intercellular co2 concentration and stomatal conductance of plants.
Gasometric experiments were carried out at 303 and 333 K as described in literature (Oguzie, E.
1 shows gasometric plot for the corrosion of mild steel in different concentrations of [H.
Using colorimetric and gasometric techniques, his work influenced the practice of medicine and played a major role in guiding the direction of clinical chemistry for the remainder of the century.
Its 29 chapters covered principles of spectrophotometry, flame photometry, gasometric techniques, electrophoresis, accuracy, precision, control charts, significant figures (still abused by most authors and journals), and normal values.
Deleted in the new edition (which was intended as a supplement to the first) were gasometric techniques (including the time-honored Van Slyke apparatus), plasma and blood volumes, and thyroxine.
Calcite and dolomite contents were determined by the gasometric method of Dreimanis (1962) utilizing a Chittick apparatus.
Open gasometric system enabling the laboratory and field conditions accurately measure changes in the concentration of CO2 and H2O based on infrared spectroscopy and allowing subsequent calculation of CO2 assimilation rate, transpiration rate, intercellular CO2 concentration and stomatal conductance of plants.