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

, 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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Sweat can then be collected on the same area by microbore tubing and is measured on a chloridometer.
Sweat Analysis.--The Labconco Digital Chloridometer (Labconco, Kansas City, Missouri) is a coulometric titrator designed to determine the chloride ion concentration of a solution.
Soil chloride ([Cl.sup.-]) was determined by measuring its concentration by titration with AgN[O.sub.3] of a saturated paste extract using a chloridometer (Beatty and Loveday 1974).
At the time of analysis, we added 5.5 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.
Plasma and urine samples were analyzed for concentrations of sodium and potassium ions by flame photometer (Flame photometer 410C, Ciba Corning Inc., USA), chloride ion by Chloridometer (Chloride analyzer 925, Ciba Corning Inc., USA) and osmolality by osmometer (Osmometer 3D3, Advance Instrument Inc., USA).
Dissolved Cl was measured using a Haack-Buchler Digital Chloridometer (Gilliam, 1971).
Digital Chloridometer is columetric titrator used to quantitatively measure chloride ion content in beverages, processed foods, and industrial samples.
After transport to the laboratory, all samples were immediately refrigerated prior to chloride analysis with a digital chloridometer (Buchler instruments, Lenexa, Kansas, Model No.
Digital Chloridometer is columetric titrator that is used to quantitatively measure chloride ion content in beverages, processed foods, and industrial samples.