viscosimeter


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vis·co·sim·e·ter

 (vĭs′kə-sĭm′ĭ-tər)
vis·cos′i·met′ric (vĭ-skŏs′ə-mĕt′rĭk) adj.
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Noun1.viscosimeter - a measuring instrument for measuring viscosityviscosimeter - a measuring instrument for measuring viscosity
measuring device, measuring instrument, measuring system - instrument that shows the extent or amount or quantity or degree of something
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The viscosity measurements were carried out by Ubbelohde viscosimeter at 25 AdegC in presence of 1,4-dioxane solvent.
The viscosity of this solution was measured in a water bath at 25[degrees]C using an Ubbelohde viscosimeter (type 0a) (Schott AG, Mainz, Germany).
(mPa*s) Brookfield RVT Viscosimeter (Brookfield AMETEK, Inc.) spindle
To understand how the workability of the suspensions can affect particle packing and other physical properties, the apparent viscosity of the suspensions (30-80 vol.% of water) was measured (Brookfield Viscosimeter, VLDV-II+PRO, USA) using a coaxial cylinder configuration (barrel: 19 mm diameter by 65 mm length and spindle 17.47 mm diameter by 31.85 mm height).
(B10) Examination of wall slipping effects in EPDM rubbers as a function of the molar mass, the mixture composition and surface coatings in the high-pressure capillary viscosimeter (HCV).
The viscosity was determined with a viscosimeter and expressed in seconds needed for a ball to drop through yoghurt to the bottom of the viscosimeter.
Viscosity of polymer solutions was determined by the funnel viscosimeter VZ-1 at room temperature.
Viscosity and pH values of the emulsions were measured with a viscosimeter (Visco Star Plus R, Fungilab S.A., Barcelona, Spain) and a pH-meter (Consort C830 multiparameter analyzer, Turnhout, Belgium), respectively.
It should be noted that these literatures [14, 25, 33-36, 48] used three layer heterogeneous compacted cementation slabs also known as artificial cores in chemical flooding tests, and viscosity of ASP or SP in these two tests was viscosimeter measured apparent viscosity rather than effective viscosity in porous media.
Hyperviscosity syndrome is a clinical diagnosis made on a combination of the symptoms discussed above in conjunction with a viscosity of 4 cp or greater as measured by a viscosimeter (normal viscosity is 1.4-1.8 cp).The management of HVS divided into four phases: Supportive therapy, plasma exchange, plasmapheresis, and specific chemotherapy for the underlying hematologic condition.