graduated cylinder


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Noun1.Graduated cylinder - a cylindrical graduategraduated cylinder - a cylindrical graduate    
graduate - a measuring instrument for measuring fluid volume; a glass container (cup or cylinder or flask) whose sides are marked with or divided into amounts
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Materials: sugar * water * measuring cups * bowl * spoon * pie or cake tin * graduated cylinder * ruler * drinking straw * paper and pencil
I was attending the closing party for the Green Market Summit in Chicago, when a colleague handed me a translucent tube that looked like the hybrid between a flux capacitor and a graduated cylinder from high school chem class.
Each run consisted of supplying a fixed water level at the reservoir side of the physical model to achieve a constant head of water H=150mm and at the opposite side the resulting water due to seepage is accumulated by graduated cylinder. Two horizontal locations of cavity measured from sheet pile are selected X=100mm and 200mm to show the effect of doubling the distance horizontally on the seepage criteria.
For the determination of the volumes through WDM, each fruit was placed in a graduated cylinder (200 mL) containing a known volume of water (initial volume).
where [V.sub.d] is the volume of soil specimen read from the graduated cylinder containing distilled water and [V.sub.k] is the volume of soil specimen read from the graduated cylinder containing kerosene.
Why was the thermometer smarter than the graduated cylinder?
After comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of different types of devices, the components chosen to build the wired system are as follows: 1) peristaltic pump; 2) paddlewheel flow meter; 3) ultrasonic level sensor; 4) general service and proportional solenoid valves; 5) nylon tubing and 6) 2 L transparent graduated cylinder. Figure 2 is the overall system with the actual equipment used.
Equipment Used in Titration % Respondents Beaker 73% Titrant (reagent) 71% pH meter 68% Analytical balance 62% Burette 62% Pipette 53% Indicators 50% Standard solution 49% Graduated cylinder 48% Flask 47% Automation system 36% Software 31% Temperature measuring device 27% Conductivity meter 26% Potentiometer 21% Spectrometer 20% Liquid handling system 19% Surfactant 13% Ammeter 50% Note: Table made from bar graph.
To determine whether the paint has a tendency to foam or trap air (mainly waterbornes), stir it, shake it, or put it in a blender, then pour it into a graduated cylinder and see if the bubbles dissipate rapidly, slowly, or not at all.
The graduated cylinder full of white wine early in the fermentation process contains a hydrometer to measure the density of the liquid and thus its sugar content.
The standard rain gauge, developed around the start of the 20th century, consists of a funnel attached to a graduated cylinder (2 cm in diameter) that fits inside a larger outside container (20 cm in diameter and 50 cm tall).
Q How accurate is it to measure a 24-hour urine specimen by the volume markings on the collection jug as opposed to measuring with a IL or 2L graduated cylinder? We have always used a graduated cylinder, but some local hospitals use the jug markings.

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