bottle test

bottle test

[′bäd·əl ‚test]
(petroleum engineering)
An analytical procedure in which a chemical is added to samples of a water-oil emulsion to determine the quantity of chemical needed to separate the emulsion into oil and water fractions.
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Try the bottle test. 'Pick up three "nude" polishes you like and hold them against the back of your hand.
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He occasionally verifies the compost's readiness with the vacuum bottle test.
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During the commercialization of the test system, a series of minor modifications to the original Halon Bottle test program have been made.
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