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osmometer

[äz′mäm·əd·ər]
(analytical chemistry)
A device for measuring molecular weights by measuring the osmotic pressure exerted by solvent molecules diffusing through a semipermeable membrane.
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It quickly became clear that students would have some set-up problems, such as leaking osmometer stems or difficulty filling the osmometer properly - issues that must be solved as a group.
Some other methods based on the pressure microsensors and osmometers have also been developed.
the world's leading manufacturer of freezing-point osmometers for clinical and research applications.
We then quantify this effect for a hypothetical plant that behaves like a perfect osmometer.
After preparing solutions of known concentrations and serially diluting them, students use a spectrophotometer and an osmometer to find the absorbance of colored solutions and the osmolality of colorless solutions.
There is a strong demand among major health care providers throughout the Americas, as well as the rest of the world, to acquire the A2O osmometer for their clinical laboratories," said Kelly Peterson, Product Manager, Advanced Instruments.
com/) is the world's largest supplier of freezing-point cryoscopes and osmometers used in dairy, clinical, and pharmaceutical laboratories.
The results of an experiment that measured pressure changes in membrane osmometers containing different sucrose solutions (0.
Wiggin can detail how corn sweetener refiners/syrup users utilize osmometers to slash testing time six-fold and receive consistent, reliable results in three minutes, with no waste products.
is the world's largest supplier of freezing-point osmometers used in hospital clinical laboratories, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology laboratories.
In today's environment of reduced health care budgets and shrinking staff, osmometers provide results quickly and inexpensively.
com/20G) incorporates eight computer controlled osmometers and a robotic sample handling system, all enclosed in a safety cabinet.