Definition of Elutriating
1. elutriate [v] - See also: elutriate
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Literary usage of Elutriating
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1. A Guide to the Scientific Examination of Soils: Comprising Select Methods of by Felix Wahnschaffe (1891)
"The residue remaining after the silt analysis, with an elutriating velocity of 25 millimeters, is dried and weighed and then further granulated by passing ..."
2. How to Analyze Clay: Practical Methods for Practical Men by Holden M. Ashby (1897)
"... Analyses 71 " " Mechanical " 70 Table of Atomic Weights 72 Use of Platinum Crucible 25 Volumetric Analysis 31, 32, 33 Velocity in elutriating Vessel 68, ..."
3. A German-English Dictionary for Chemists by Austin McDowell Patterson (1917)
"... m. elutriating apparatus. schlämmen, vt elutriate, wash (powdered substances); levigate; ... m. elutriating cylinder. schlang, prêt, of schlingen. ..."
4. A System of Instruction in Quantitative Chemical Analysis by C. Remigius Fresenius (1865)
"Allow the boiled mass to cool, and, when cold, wash the contents of the dish into the elutriating glass (<z) ; open the cock of the vessel ca little, ..."
5. A Systematic Handbook of Volumetric Analysis: Or, The Quantitative by Francis Sutton (1876)
"A gentle stream of water is caused to pass continuously into the elutriating glass in such a manner as to cause a constant agitation of the particles, ..."