Definition of Dialyser
1. Noun. (alternative form of dialyzer) ¹
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Definition of Dialyser
1. dialyzer [n -S] - See also: dialyzer
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Literary usage of Dialyser
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1. Chemical Handicraft: A Classified and Descriptive Catalogue of Chemical by John Joseph Griffin (1877)
"The dialyser, or apparatus for effecting Analysis by Diffusion, invented by Mr. Graham, ... A mixed liquid that is to be analysed ia put into the dialyser, ..."
2. The Medical Times and Gazette (1863)
"The apparatus used was the glass dialyser of Professor Graham. On this dialyser the mixture containing the poison was placed, and the whole suspended in a ..."
3. Laboratory Manual of Elementary Colloid Chemistry by Emil Hatschek (1920)
"In this case water flows into the dialyser, diluting the sol and eventually causing it to overflow. The only way to prevent this is to counterbalance the ..."
4. The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art. by David Ames Wells, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland, John Trowbridge, Wm Ripley Nichols, Charles R Cross (1866)
"... takes up nearly one-third its weight of juice, and this absorption takes place gradually as the strength of the brine in the dialyser becomes reduced. ..."
5. The British Journal of Photography by Liverpool Photographic Society (1874)
"If the dialyser be formed of a heavy material, such as glass, it would sink in the water ; in that case it would have to stand upon any suitable support in ..."
6. The Principles of Chemistry by Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev, Thomas Atkinson Lawson (1897)
"This extraction (of HC1 and NaCl) may be so complete that the liquid taken from the dialyser will not give any precipitate with a solution of silver nitrate ..."
7. Cooley's Cyclopædia of Practical Receipts and Collateral Information in the by Arnold James Cooley (1892)
"A gelatinised solution, even when made from the undiluted liquor, will often become fluid when put upon the dialyser, but, as has been said before, ..."