salinometer


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sal·i·nom·e·ter

(sal'i-nom'ĕ-tĕr),
A hydrometer calibrated to give a direct reading of the percentage of a particular salt present in solution.

salinometer

(săl″ĭ-nŏm′ĕ-tĕr) [L. salinus, of salt, + metron, measure]
An instrument for determining the salt content of a solution.
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We also took 400 mL samples for salinity determinations (using an inductive salinometer and the calculations described by Anomymous 1981) and 500 mL samples were preserved in 10% formaldehyde for phytoplankton identifications and counts.
Approved corrosion protection of the shafting and system,Passivating properties of the lubricant system for closed loop systems have been defined,A salinometer for closed loop systems as a warning against sea water contamination,Alternative means of inspection for some open loop system designs (low-grade stainless steel and liner/coating combinations)
Water salinity was measured by a Kahlsico salinometer and temperature was measured using inversion thermometers attached to Nansen bottles.
Salinity was measured by salinometer (4); pH, temperature, dissolved oxygen, and redox potential were measured on-site with a YSI 600 multi-probe.
An automated Winkler titration system was used to determine dissolved oxygen concentrations, and a salinometer was us ed to measure salinity (6).
The problem of the Armenian salinometers, produced at the Gyumri "Analytical device" plant, delivery to Russia
He recalled that it is already for 40 years that the plant has been delivering salinometers to Russia.
Tanner was primarily responsible for selecting and installing--and in some cases personally designing--the trawl nets, rake and grapnel dredges, tangles, surface nets, and other collecting devices, as well as the ship's thermometers, salinometers, and sounding equipment (Fig.