Definition of Turbidities

1. Noun. (plural of turbidity) ¹



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Definition of Turbidities

1. turbidity [n] - See also: turbidity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Turbidities

turbellaria
turbellarian
turbellarians
turbellarias
turbeth
turbeths
turbid
turbidimeter
turbidimeters
turbidimetric
turbidimetries
turbidimetry
turbidite
turbidites
turbiditic
turbidities (current term)
turbidity
turbidity current
turbidly
turbidness
turbidnesses
turbidometric
turbidometry
turbillion
turbillions
turbimetric
turbinaceous
turbinado
turbinal
turbinal varix

Literary usage of Turbidities

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1. Water Purification Plants and Their Operation by Milton Frederick Stein (1920)
"... 7 H2O> Grains per Gallon Amounts of Ferrous Sulphate Required for Various turbidities. ... turbidities."

2. Water Purification Plants and Their Operation by Milton Frederick Stein (1920)
"... 7 H2O) Grains per Gallon Amounts of Ferrous Sulphate Required for Various turbidities. ... turbidities."

3. The Filtration of Public Water-supplies by Allen Hazen (1900)
"of the whole number of days, the sum of the turbidities for these •days was 67 per cent of the aggregate turbidities for the whole period. That is to say, ..."

4. The Filtration of Public Water-supplies by Allen Hazen (1908)
"of the whole number of days, the sum of the turbidities for these days was 67 per cent of the aggregate turbidities for the whole period. That is to say, ..."

5. Idaho Forestry Best Management Practices: Compilation of Research on Their by Kathleen A. Seyedbagheri (1998)
"23, 34-35) found that skidding logs across the creek increased turbidities and stream blockages due to damming by slash and debris. turbidities were 100 ..."

6. Report of the Filtration Commission: Of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by Pittsburgh (Pa.). Filtration Commission, Robert Pitcairn, William Thompson Sedgwick, Allen Hazen, Emil Kuichling, Morris Knowles, Walther Riddle, Eugene Wasdin, William R. Copeland (1899)
"365 loo.o It was at first thought that the turbidities bore a relation to the height of the river, and that this relation could be established from the ..."

7. Water Purification by Joseph Wilton Ellms (1917)
""The curve is well defined for turbidities of applied water below 50 parts per million. Above this there were not so many observations possible ..."

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