dry sample

dry sample

[¦drī ¦sam·pəl]
(mining engineering)
A sample of ore obtained by dry drilling.
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A dry sample (vacuum dried at 60 [degrees]C) was tested and then kept for a certain time in a desiccant (which provides ~ 55% of relative humidity) where it absorbed moisture.
05 M citrate buffer (pH 5) for 1 h in an incubator at 45[degrees]C before adding the cellulase enzyme produced above in an amount corresponding to 10 ml enzyme solution per 1 g of dry sample.
g] decreases from 77[degrees]C in a dry sample down to 49[degrees]C in a saturated sample.
The sports field has been unused for some years and is currently being used informally as a place to dry sample batches of paint.
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Procedure - A dry sample of sand is screened through a "nest" of sieves (largest opening sieve on top and progressing down the nest).
The weeping detected on one dry sample of cask material stored for five months suggests that diffusion may act as a slower release process, he adds.
2] of the wet sample (swollen in water) is smaller than that of the dry sample.
A new probe holder designed specifically for this cell, together with the Dimension Icon 's motorized stage and proprietary software, enable repeated engagement on the same location, even upon adding solvent to a previously dry sample.