Definition of Dilatometers

1. Noun. (plural of dilatometer) ¹



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Definition of Dilatometers

1. dilatometer [n] - See also: dilatometer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dilatometers

dilatedly
dilater
dilaters
dilates
dilating
dilatino
dilatinos
dilation
dilation and evacuation
dilation thrombosis
dilational
dilations
dilative
dilatometer
dilatometers (current term)
dilatometric
dilatometries
dilatometry
dilaton
dilatonic
dilatons
dilator
dilator iridis
dilator muscle
dilator muscle of ileocaecal sphincter
dilator muscle of pylorus
dilator of pupil
dilator pupillae muscle
dilator tubae

Literary usage of Dilatometers

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1. Technical Methods of Chemical Analysis by Georg Lunge (1914)
"A number of dilatometers, together with a thermometer graduated to tenths of ... 18 illustrates the method of charging the dilatometers with oil by suction ..."

2. The Examination of Hydrocarbon Oils and of Saponifiable Fats and Waxes by David Holde (1915)
"As many as ten dilatometers can be hung in B together with a standardized ... The dilatometers are filled by means of a copper or brass capillary (Fig. ..."

3. Jena Glass and Its Scientific and Industrial Applications: And Its by Heinrich Hovestadt (1902)
"The two dilatometers of »were made from parts of one and the same glass tube, they agree to one unit of the sixth place. The values of 100y—that is the ..."

4. Jena Glass: And Its Scientific and Industrial Applications by Heinrich Hovestadt (1902)
"The two dilatometers of verre dur were made from parts of one and the same glass tube, and they agree to one unit of the sixth place. ..."

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