viscometry


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viscometry

[vi′skäm·ə·trē]
(engineering)
A branch of rheology; the study of the behavior of fluids under conditions of internal shear; the technology of measuring viscosities of fluids.
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The influence of the drying process on the molar mass of chitosan was measured by viscometry, which, albeit not an absolute method, is one of the techniques most commonly employed to determine the molar mass of polymers.
This contract is for the ongoing supply, Installation and Commissioning of Laboratory Equipment for Protein and Nanoparticle characterisation and Viscometry measurements for for the new National Biologics Manufacturing Centre (NBMC) which is due to be completed by March 2015.
Viscometry is a very useful tool for initial screening of an RCA.
After physical testing, the slowest growing techniques for 2008 are petroleum analysis and viscometry.
Tanguy, "Process Viscometry of Complex Fluids and Suspensions with Helical Ribbon Agitators," Can.
Over the years, the company has built a reference library of several hundred customer technical articles covering applications of GPC/SEC technology, peptide and protein analysis, flow injection polymer analysis and dilute solution viscometry.
The gels were analyzed using rotational viscometry at temperatures ranging from 30 C to 80 C.
Brookfield, in viscometry for over 60 years, now produces its own range of Texture Analysers.
In addition, the low-end torque in viscometry is not affected by drag due to jeweled bearings and contacting seals found on other "pressurized" measuring systems.
On the liquid ink side, Daryl Kuna of Ultra Additives, who served as moderator, led off with "Evaluation of Selective Defoamers and Antifoams Using High Shear Rotational Viscometry Measurements.
Laboratory-based tests such as aggregometry, adhesion tests, viscometry, flow cytometry, electron microscopy, secretion assays, and measurements of platelet activation markers such as [beta]-thromboglobulin, platelet factor 4, or thromboxane [A.
These new results also have implications in falling ball viscometry, which is used to measure the yield stress for a viscoplastic fluid, since it is now known at which Bingham number sphere motion ceases.