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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Dried samples were weighed with a Cahn electrobalance, then ashed for 5 h at 500 [degrees]C.
7] obtained with an electrobalance method were 17% lower than values interpolated from data in this work (Fig.
Dry mass was measured using a Cahn electrobalance ([plus or minus] 0.
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.
Head-wings-thoraxes and abdomens were dried to constant weight at 60[degrees]C, weighed on an electrobalance and, in some cases, also analyzed for total nitrogen by flash combustion on a Carlo Erba NA 1500.
After overnight desiccation, filter weights were determined using an electrobalance (Model C-30; Thermo Cahn, Madison, WI).
Masses for each population in each environment were then determined using a Cahn electrobalance (Cerritos, California).
Floral parts were separated, dried in a drying oven, and later weighed on a Cahn electrobalance accurate to 0.
After sampling, we weighed the filters for total suspended particulate (TSP) analysis with an electrobalance (model Cahn 21; Cahn Instrument Inc.