quantometer

quantometer

(kwɒnˈtɒmɪtə)
n
(Metallurgy) engineering a spectroscopic instrument for measuring the percentage of different metals present in a sample
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Samples were obtained by vertical hauls of the net along the euphotic zone, determined by a digital quantometer (Licor-250), using conical-cylindrical plankton nets with a 25 pm mesh size.
The Dubal Technical Laboratory of Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) was recently ranked among the top participants worldwide for accuracy in both the raw material and quantometer sections.
Both XRF (X-ray fluorescence spectrometry) and optical emission spectrometry methods (quantometer) were applied to do precise chemical analysis of hammer and collecting plates.
In the specialized Element Analysis Workgroup, devices such as quantometer, graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry, and atomic (flame) emission spectroscopy will be studied.
Supply of simultaneous or sequential X-ray fluorescence quantometer.
The spectral chemical analysis was carried out using ARL-4460 optical emission equipment (the quantometer for simultaneous multichannel analysis).
The national directorate of geology provides basic geologic mapping and data-base services, as well as laboratory facilities (wet chemical, atomic absorption, XRD, XRF, quantometer and petrology-mineralogic studies).
To measure the steam generated during the heat treatment of milk, quantometers were placed in the Vortex-type thermizers (Emerson, USA).