Hydrometer correction tables and thermal-density coefficients for vegetable tanning extracts by Mary Grace Blair

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Other titlesCorrection tables for tanning extracts
Statementby Mary Grace Blair and Elmer L. Peffer.
SeriesCircular of the National Bureau of Standards -- C449
ContributionsPeffer, Elmer Line, 1884-1948., United States. National Bureau of Standards.
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Pagination24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
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Temperature range 50° to ° F. Thermal-density coefficients are presented in such a manner that the density of an extract at any temperature within the range can be calculated if its specific gravity at 60°/60° F or its density at 25° C is known.

The information obtained has been used also in the preparation of tables for correcting hydrometer readings at observed temperatures in degrees. Excerpt from Hydrometer Correction Tables and Thermal-Density Coefficients for Vegetable Tanning Extracts Representatives of the leather-tanning industry have expressed the need for reliable tables for the correction of hydrometer readings made at various temperatures to the standard temperature 60° : Mary Grace Blair.

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Correction Table for Specific Gravity Hydrometers 60°F/60°F (°C/°C) Degrees °F 68 77 86 95 Correction Table for Specific Gravity Hydrometers 60°F/60°F (°C/°C) Degrees °F 68 77 86 95 Degrees °C 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 Calculations 1.

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Water has a specific gravity of File Size: KB. To put it plainly, the numbers obtained from a H hydrometer are a comparison of the density of the suspension to the density of pure water at the same temperature. The numbers attained from the H hydrometer refer to the grams of solid material per liter of suspension.

Hydrometer readings are standardized to 59°F (15°C). Liquid gravity (density) is dependent on temperature and temperature correction tables are usually sold with the hydrometer or are available from chemistry handbooks. A hydrometer is a useful tool in the hands of a brewer who knows what wort gravity is and why he wants to measure it.

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The simplest device used to measure the degree of flotation is a hydrometer. There are many different hydrometer designs with varying ranges and calibration units,File Size: 67KB. jresv33n5p_A1b - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. THERMAL~DENSITY COEFFICIENTS AND HYDROMETER CORRECTION TABLES FOR VEGETABLE TANNING EXTRACTS.

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Density hydrometers with thermometer, measuring span 0,g/cm³, scale graduation 0,g/cm³, measuring range 0, upto 2,g/cm³, mm long. Catalogue numbers Hs upto Hs. Density hydrometers without thermometer. Reading of a hydrometer depends on the surface tension of the liquid in which it is table gives an indication of possible errors, in the form of corrections which may be applied on account of difference between the surface tension of the liquid and the surface tension for which the hydrometer is graduated.

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Accounting for non-sugar solutes (aside from “PA” in column 5) is. Specific Gravity is the standard scale for what a hydrometer measures, choose plain or combined forms. Specific gravity is the ratio of the density of your sample at 60°F to the density of water at 60°F.

Plain Form hydrometers do not have a built-in thermometer; use a separate thermometer to measure the temperature. Combined Form hydrometers that have a thermometer built into the body or. Hydrometer method against Pipette method for Estim ating Soil particle size distribution in Some Soil Types Selected from Central Sudan Jamal T.

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Hydrometers are used to determine the specific gravity of a liquid. Consists of a long glass tube containing a ballast at the base of the float bulb and graduations on the stem. The ballast is made from steel pellets free from lead and mercury. A hydrometer is used to measure the specific gravity of liquids.

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Hydrometer Theory – A Hydrometer measures the density of a liquid in relation to Size: KB. Baumé. o Baumé (o Bé), named after the French pharmacist, Antoine Baumé, who amongst other creations, developed the "Aerometer Baumé" or a hydrometer, using the density unit o Baumé to make up a scale of measurements.

The o Bé (o Baumé) scale was devised to correlate to the percentage concentration of a brine solution (salt in water). Hydrometer Procedure. At the conclusion of the shaking, place the sedimentation cylinder on a level, firm surface, record the time, and allow the sample to settle.

From this point to the completion of the test it is crucial to disturb the sedimentation cylinder as little as possible in order to allow the particles to fall naturally without. The "wrong" value measured 4% ABV and this was measured at 24°C so we have to temperature correct the measurement using a correction table.

26,4%@24°C = 25%@20°C, looking up in the Sugar g/L conversion table I've created, 37,5% on the label and 25% incorrect Hydrometer measurement gives an exact match to the expected 40g/L sugar added.

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Conforms to the accuracy requirements of ASTM hydrometers.Particle Size Analysis (Hydrometer Method) 1. Application The percentage of sand, silt and clay in the inorganic fraction of soil is measured in this procedure. The method is based on Stoke’s law governing the rate of sedimentation of particles suspended in water.


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