temperature bath

temperature bath

[′tem·prə·chər ‚bath]
(thermodynamics)
A relatively large volume of a homogeneous substance held at constant temperature, so that an object placed in thermal contact with it is maintained at the same temperature.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The low temperature of the reactor was provided by the cooling medium of the constant temperature bath. The whole reactor was placed in a low-temperature bath.
The four faces that do not contact contiguous components (magnetocaloric slabs, high temperature bath, and low temperature bath) are covered with 1-mm-thick (0.04 inch) MC nylon for insulation.
SP Scientific has introduced the CharpyCool, a low temperature bath that provides metallurgists and testing laboratories with a range of precise temperature control for impact specimens cooling.
Mean, standard deviation, minimum and maximum temperatures for each replicate temperature bath are included for each year.
So, for this temperature bath, the critical draw ratio is close to [[lambda].sub.c] = 4.
Glass capillary viscometers are long, u-shaped glass tubes placed in a constant temperature bath where the kinematic viscosity of a fluid is measured.
In the case of normal (non-ultrasonic) runs, 25cm.sup.3 of the appropriate solvent mixture was placed in a reaction vessel immersed in a constant temperature bath and allowed to obtain thermal equilibrium.
Authors typically outline the use of glass capillary viscometers held to a tight temperature tolerance by immersion in a constant temperature bath. The flow times of solvent, [t.sub.o], and solutions, [t.sub.i], are recorded to 0.01 seconds by an analyst observing the fall of the fluid under a constant gravitational field.
The thermostat setting of the warm, constant temperature bath was 30[degrees]C in all cases.

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