conductimetric

conductimetric

(kənˌdʌktɪˈmɛtrɪk) or

conductiometric

adj
variant spellings of conductometric
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Quantitative evaluation of antibacterial activities of metallic oxide powders (ZnO, MgO and CaO) by conductimetric assay.
Conductimetric biosensor for the detection of uric acid by immobilization uricase on nata de coco membrane-Pt electrode.
Takahashi and his colleagues tested the influence of DDA of chitosan on the antimicrobial activity against Staphylococcus aureus using two different testing methods, that is, incubation using a mannitol salt agar medium and a conductimetric assay [59].
Detection LOD Linear interval method (ppm) (ppm) Invertase Amperometric 0.001 0.01-0.04 biosensor Invertase Thermometric 0.005 0.005-0.08 immobilized GOx Amperometric 0.05 2-32 biosensor Invertase- Conductimetric 0.005 -- mutarotase-GOx GOx free Colorimetric 0.015 0.005-1 Alcohol ox.
Karube, "Electrical conductivity of tear fluid in healthy persons and keratoconjunctivitis sicca patients measured by a flexible conductimetric sensor," Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, vol.
Sawai, "Quantitative evaluation of antibacterial activities of metallic oxide powders (ZnO, MgO and CaO) by conductimetric assay," Journal of Microbiological Methods, vol.
Fuoss, "Conductimetric determination of thermodynamic pairing constants for symmetrical electrolytes," Proceedings of the National Acadamy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
The average degree of acetylation (GA) and deacetylation (GD) of chitosan samples was obtained by conductimetric titration, as described by Santos et al.
(iii) Electrical conductivity (conductimetric method; a test portion is extracted with water at 22 [+ or -] 3[degrees]C in an extraction ratio of 1 + 5 (V/V) to dissolve the electrolytes)
Quantitative evaluation of antifungal activity of metallic oxide powders (MgO, CaO and ZnO) by an indirect conductimetric assay.