osmometry


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os·mom·e·ter

 (ŏz-mŏm′ĭ-tər)
n.
A device for measuring osmotic pressure.


os′mo·met′ric (ŏz′mə-mĕt′rĭk) adj.
os·mom′e·try n.

os•mom•e•try

(ɒzˈmɒm ɪ tri, ɒs-)

n.
measurement of osmotic pressure.
[1910–15; osmo (sis) + -metry]

osmometry

the measurement of osmotic pressure, or the force a dissolved substance exerts on a semipermeable membrane through which it cannot pass when separated by it from a pure solvent. — osmometric, adj.
See also: Physics
the measurement of osmotic pressure, or the force a dissolved substance exerts on a semipermeable membrane through which it cannot pass when separated by it from a pure solvent. — osmometric, adj.
See also: Measurement
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