dry point


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dry point

[′drī ‚pȯint]
(analytical chemistry)
The temperature at which the last drop of liquid evaporates from the bottom of the flask.
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The dry point measurement is subtracted from the wet point measurement.
Appearance, Relative Density at 27 Deg C, Colour in Hazen , Distillation Range Initial Boiling Point, Deg C Dry point, Deg C, Residue on evaporation ppm (wt/wt), Acidity as Formic Acid ppm (wt/wt), Aldehydes and Ketones as Acetone ppm (wt/wt).
Billy Newnes is in treble form at Thirsk as Poets Cove (Wally Carter) wins the two-year-old conditions heat, Dry Point (James Toller) is too good for Our Fan in the handicap sprint and Keep Bidding (Mick Easterby) upsets Glastondale in the mile-and-a-half heat.
Sets of work inspired by the pheasant's colours and some of the 40 dry points and monotype prints based on views from the M40 are in this exhibition.
There are some familiar names - Hillmorton Lock, a small linoprint by Eric Gaskell, two small dry points by Bruno Cavellec and The Alchemist's Grass Tree, a sculpture from scrap drinks cans by Val Hunt.