sedimentation test


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sedimentation test

A laboratory test to determine the clay content of soil.
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These laboratory tests are usually conducted using a base reference grade diesel fuel that is free of solid contaminants or biodiesel but is blended with a specified surfactant (surface-active agent) such as monoolein, which alters the fuel's inter-facial tension (IFT); the water separability of such fuels can also be measured using a sedimentation test (ASTM D1401).
Table 2: Results of sedimentation test of different samples Composition Sedimentation after Sedimentation after code high shear mixing ultrasonication Neat (OCOCN) - - 0C3CN - - 4COCN + - 2C1CN - - 2C2CN - - 2C3CN - - 3C1CN + - 3C2CN + - 3C3CN + - 4C1CN + - 4C2CN + - 4C3CN + - XRD and TEM analysis
Trivisonno, "Influence of protein content on durum wheat gluten strength determined by the SDS sedimentation test and by other methods," Cereal Foods World, vol.
The patients should go to see the physician in order to have stool examination test for Worm Eggs per Gram of fecae by any method such as Kato Katz method or Ether-Formalin sedimentation test method.
The second test of the change in stability of both new and old dispersion E 160V55 was the cylinder sedimentation test. After the evaluation of data from Table 1 it is apparent that the older (two-year old) dispersion settles faster in both the 5% and 10% water solution.
Erythrocyte sedimentation test as an aid to diagnosis.
The sedimentation test is an easy way to measure the percentage of sand, silt, and clay in a soil sample.