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gravimetric

 [grav″ĭ-met´rik]
pertaining to measurement by weight; performed by weight, as the gravimetric method of drug assay.

grav·i·met·ric

(grav'i-met'rik),
Relating to or determined by weight.

grav·i·met·ric

(grav'i-met'rik)
Relating to or determined by weight.
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Local gravimetrical profiles divide the Camaqua Basin in a south region, along with a basement, and the Parana Basin showing the possible density relationships between different sediments of Godwana with low density (0 and +1), and the sediments of the Guaritas Formation in the Camaqua Basin.
Geophysical methods permit to obtain gravimetrical, density, and physical information.
In addition to this transformation an additional linear factor (scale factor) is determined at gravimetrical baselines every year (Lederer, 2002).
A gravimetrical test of distilled WA of dry coats was carried out by using coated steel samples with edges and a back side protected with a paraffin wax.
Conversion to gel, sol, and total polymers were determined by a gravimetrical method.