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1. Of or relating to measurement by weight.
2. Of or relating to measurement of a gravitational field.

[From gravimetry, measurement of specific gravity, from gravimeter.]

grav′i·met′ri·cal·ly adv.


(ˌɡrævɪˈmɛtrɪk) or


(Chemistry) of, concerned with, or using measurement by weight. Compare volumetric
ˌgraviˈmetrically adv
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Adj.1.gravimetric - of or relating to hydrometry
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In addition, molecular weight distribution, infrared spectroscopy and thermos gravimetrical analysis were carried out in order to determine the physical and chemical properties of organosolv lignins (Tahir et al.
After gravimetrical measurements, the structure of the coatings surface was investigated on the scanning electron microscope (Hitachi S-3400N, Singapore) equipped with energy-variance analyzer (Bruker, Germany).
Gravimetrical determination of amylase-treated neutral detergent fiber in feeds with refluxing in beakers or crucibles: collaborative study.
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In the present study, new amino vic-dioxime complexes derived from N,N'-[2,2'-{ethane-1,2-di-yl- bis(oxy)bis(2,1-phenylene)}bis(N'-hydroxy)-2- (hydroxyimino)acetimidamide] (L1) with Cu(II), Ni(II), Co(II) and Cd(II) complexes of 6,7-O- cyclopentilydine-1-amino-4-azaheptane (L2) used as metal salts have been prepared and characterized by electronic, infrared, molar conductivity, magnetic and 1H-NMR spectral measurements in addition to elemental and thermo gravimetrical analyses.
The mass of the substance released from the material submitted to research in the extraction environment was gravimetrical determined the results being expressed in mg/[dm.
Gravimetrical methods include: Acquisition, Processing, Integration with other studies and Interpretation to obtain profiles, and a Bouguer map (Figures 4 and 5).