aquametry

aquametry

[ə′kwäm·ə·trē]
(analytical chemistry)
Analytical processes to measure the water present in materials; methods include Karl Fischer titration, reactions with acid chlorides and anhydrides, oven drying, distillation, and chromatography.
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Hamami, "Microwave dielectric properties of hevea rubber latex, oil palm fruit and timber and their application for quality assessment," in Electromagnetic Aquametry: Electromagnetic Wave Interaction with Water and Moist Substances, pp.
A number of previous works consider the problem of estimating MC using microwave aquametry (King et al.