conductometer

conductometer

[‚kän‚dək′täm·əd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument designed to measure thermal conductivity; in particular, one that compares the rates at which different rods transmit heat.
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Electro-conductive properties were determined by measuring permeate electric conductivity, using a C535--Consort conductometer.
The pH was measured with pH meter (Elico LI-120), electrical conductivity was measured with conductometer (Elico Nitrite, Phosphate and Sulphates were estimated using colorimeter (Elico LI-120).
Conductivity was measured using a Metrohm conductometer measuring cell and Metrohm model 644 conductometer.
Oxygen levels were monitored with a Microprocessor Oximeter OXI 96, the salinity with an LF 196 conductometer.
The conductivity was measured using a WTW conductometer, model InoLab[R] Cond level 2, with a TetraCon 325 electrode.
While conductivity measurements were carried out with a metrohm 660 conductometer.
Electric conductivity of the solution samples were measured by the conductometer LF 330/SET by WTW GmbH.
The ammonia removal has been monitored conductometrically, using a Radelkis OK-112 conductometer and by swelling studies.