bucket temperature

bucket temperature

[′bək·ət ¦tem·prə·chər]
(engineering)
The surface temperature of ocean water as measured by a bucket thermometer.
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After waiting several seconds, enough time for each hand to acclimatize slightly to its bucket temperature, the participant removes both hands and simultaneously places them into the mid-temperature water in the middle bucket.
The IC22 is ideal for hybridizations, enzyme reactions and deactivations, and ligations, maintaining 17[degrees]C for storing oocytes, incubating samples above, below, or at room temperature, storing enzymes or DNA libraries, storing samples at ice bucket temperatures, and more.