Definition of Analytical balance
1. Noun. A beam balance of great precision used in quantitative chemical analysis.
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Literary usage of Analytical balance
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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1894)
"I do not allude to the analytical balance only. The assay, prescription, or pulp balance, often has this important improvement wanting. ..."
2. A Handbook of Sugar Analysis: A Practical and Descriptive Treatise for Use by Charles Albert Browne (1912)
"The analytical balance should have a capacity of 200 gms. and with this load be sensitive to 0.1 mg. Such a balance is required for all analytical processes ..."
3. An Introductory Course in Quantitative Chemical Analysis, with Explanatory by George McPhail Smith (1919)
"The Use and Care of the analytical balance. The following rules embody the main points to be observed in the use and care of a balance. ..."
4. A Handbook of Sugar Analysis: A Practical and Descriptive Treatise for Use by Charles Albert Browne (1912)
"The analytical balance should have a capacity of 200 gms. and with this load be sensitive to 0.1 rag. Such a balance is required for all analytical ..."
5. Representative Procedures in Quantitative Chemical Analysis by Frank Austin Gooch (1916)
"The Process of Weighing The analytical balance. — The analytical balance (Fig. 1), by which weights are determined, has as essential parts a beam which is ..."
6. Handbook of Pharmacy, Embracing the Theory and Practice of Pharmacy and the by Virgil Coblentz (1894)
"FlG 9 dex, showing the beam analytical balance. ... 10. ings may be made where larger Prescription Balance. weighing a body on an analytical balance, ..."