Definition of Dilatometry

1. Noun. (physics) The measurement of changes in volume that accompany some other physical phenomenon ¹



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Definition of Dilatometry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dilatometry

dilates
dilating
dilatino
dilatinos
dilation
dilation and evacuation
dilation thrombosis
dilational
dilations
dilative
dilatometer
dilatometers
dilatometric
dilatometries
dilatometry (current term)
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
dilatorily
dilatoriness
dilatorinesses

Literary usage of Dilatometry

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1. Ceramicus Redivivus: The Early Iron Age Potters' Field in the Area of the by John K. Papadopoulos (2003)
"dilatometry AS A TOOL FOR ESTIMATING FIRING TEMPERATURES In dilatometry, ... The basic problem in dilatometry is to find the relationship between the ..."

2. Permafrost: North American Contribution [to The] Second International Conference by Building Research Advisory Board Staff (1973)
"dilatometry, adiabatic calorimetry, x-ray diffraction, heat capacity, nuclear magnetic resonance, ... dilatometry The dilat'ometer was employed by ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1910)
"... DC, on the progress of the researches conducted in his laboratory- The subjects discussed were tautomerism, dilatometry, catalysis, reactions of alkyl ..."

4. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"... Physical Properties, which includes TGA, DTA, dilatometry and laser flash diffusivity; X-Ray Diffraction, which includes a 2700 deg C theta-theta high- ..."

5. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1904)
"Transition temperatures obtained by the electric resistance method and by dilatometry agree within the limits of experimental error. Transition temperature. ..."

6. A Concise History of Chemistry by Thomas Percy Hilditch (1911)
"Pyc- nometer and other physico-chemical apparatus, 1873- ; partition of a base between two acids (dilatometry and refractive power), 1878; ..."

7. 40 Years of Entropy and the Glass Transition: Symposium Papers edited by Gregory B. McKenna, Sharon C. Glotzer (1997)
"[14] A. Weitz and B. Wunderlich, Thermal analysis and dilatometry of glasses formed under elevated pressure, J. Polym. Sci., Polym. Phys. ..."

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