gum test

gum test

[′gəm ‚test]
(chemical engineering)
A standard American Society for Testing and Materials test to determine the amount of gums in gasolines.
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PSPI gum test apparatus is for the quick, efficient measurement of evaporation of residue in jet and turbine aviation fuels and gasolines.
In March 2012, guar seed had touched ` 29,900 a quintal while guar gum tested ` 100,000 a quintal.
In March 2012, guar seed had touched Rs 29,900 a quintal while guar gum tested Rs 100,000 a quintal.
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