conductimetric

conductimetric

(kənˌdʌktɪˈmɛtrɪk) or

conductiometric

adj
variant spellings of conductometric
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The average degree of acetylation (GA) and deacetylation (GD) of chitosan samples was obtained by conductimetric titration, as described by Santos et al.
Quantitative evaluation of antifungal activity of metallic oxide powders (MgO, CaO and ZnO) by an indirect conductimetric assay.
These surveys used a conductimetric technique to estimate the electrical resistance of a 1 : 5 or 1 : 2 soil-water slurry, with this reading then being converted into an estimate of soil chloride (Samuel and Teakle 1931).
This work is based on the indirect method of conductimetric measurement for following the kinetics of desorption of the aqueous solution (NaCl "0.
Koupparis, "Determination of L-carnitine in food supplement formulations using ionpair chromatography with indirect conductimetric detection," Journal of Chromatography A, vol.
The carboxylic groups present in the latexes were analyzed using conductimetric and potentiometric titrations.
GE Analytical Instruments introduced the 500 RL online total organic carbon analyzer, which is built on the Sievers membrane conductimetric method.
Conductimetric experiments showed that the binding of Cd, Cu, and Zn has a significant electrostatic contribution, whereas for Pb there is a higher level of covalence in the binding of humic acids, which could result in the higher release and movement of Cd but lower mobility of Pb in the soil-plant system (Pinheiro et al.