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pyknometer

[pik′näm·əd·ər]
(engineering)
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For aggregates of the size 31.5-63 mm a method that requires the use of a wire basket is specified, and for aggregate of the size 4-31.5 mm a method that uses a pyknometer is used.
The computation of ultrasonic and thermodynamic properties requires the measurements of ultrasonic velocity (U) and density (?).The densities of pure solvents and their solutions were measured by using a single capillary Pyknometer, made of borosil glass having a bulb capacity of 10 ml.
The particle density (mass per unit volume) was determined by applying the pyknometer method on regular specimens.