electrobalance

electrobalance

[i‚lek·trō′bal·əns]
(analytical chemistry)
Analytical microbalance utilizing electromagnetic weighing; the sample weight is balanced by the torque produced by current in a coil in a magnetic field, with torque proportional to the current.
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7] obtained with an electrobalance method were 17% lower than values interpolated from data in this work (Fig.
Pulling the rhombic frame to an elongated shape reduced the surface tension of the DPPC film, and the surface tension force was measured by a platinum Wilhelmy plate connected to an electrobalance.
Samples were then transferred to a Cahn RG electrobalance enclosed in a glass vacuum system, maintained at the immersion temperature [+ or -]0.
After overnight desiccation, filter weights were determined using an electrobalance (Model C-30; Thermo Cahn, Madison, WI).
After sampling, we weighed the filters for total suspended particulate (TSP) analysis with an electrobalance (model Cahn 21; Cahn Instrument Inc.
Filters were weighed using a Cahn 31 electrobalance in a temperature- and humidity-controlled room.
After sampling, filters were weighed for total suspended particulate (TSP) analysis with an electrobalance (model Cahn 21; Cahn Instrument Inc.