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gravimetric

 [grav″ĭ-met´rik]
pertaining to measurement by weight; performed by weight, as the gravimetric method of drug assay.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

grav·i·met·ric

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

(grav'i-met'rik)
Relating to or determined by weight.
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Swelling tests of hydrogel beads were gravimetrically carried out in three steps.
Table 1 also reports the initial log MC for each of the six logs, determined gravimetrically from wood disks.
The oil binding capacity of the gum was determined gravimetrically using the method of Okezie and Bello [21].
For soil-water content values >0.2 [m.sup.3] [m.sup.-3], the gravimetrically measured data were close to the Topp standard calibration equation.
Gravimetrically controlled pipetting for subsamples, dilutions and blends with a high-precision weighing unit guarantees the correct volumes of the resulting samples.
The materials retained on the sieve are recovered and analyzed gravimetrically." After three hours, more than 25% of an article's initial dry mass must pass through the sieve.
The permeate flux was determined gravimetrically. Microbiological, chemical and somatic cell analyses were performed to evaluate the effect of microfiltration on the composition of skim milk.
A quantity of fibres and sheaves after conditioning of untreated and enzyme treated fibres were fixed gravimetrically. For physical-mechanical tests the pulling device Instron (Instron, UK) according to LVS EN ISO 5079:2001 was used.
An integrated scale can be used to gravimetrically control concentration while the inline SciPres[R] singleuse pressure sensors monitor transmembrane pressure to prevent extreme pressure over the membrane.
Finally, the water holding capacity of the peat was determined by measuring gravimetrically its water content.
Geopotential numbers are used for determining the differences in surveyed geometric heights and "gravimetrically corrected" normal heights.