Definition of Cryoscope

1. Noun. A measuring instrument for measuring freezing and melting points.




Definition of Cryoscope

1. Noun. a device used to measure the freezing point of a liquid (or the melting point of a solid) ¹

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Definition of Cryoscope

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Cryoscope

1. An instrument for measuring the freezing point. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cryoscope

cryoprotectants
cryoprotected
cryoprotecting
cryoprotection
cryoprotective
cryoprotective agents
cryoprotects
cryoprotein
cryopulvinectomy
cryopump
cryopumps
cryopyrin
cryoregime
cryoregimes
cryosampling
cryoscope (current term)
cryoscopes
cryoscopic
cryoscopies
cryoscopy
cryosection
cryosectioned
cryosectioning
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cryosleep
cryosolvent
cryospasm
cryosphere
cryospheric
cryostasis

Literary usage of Cryoscope

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1. Chemical and metallurgical laboratory supplies and assayers' materials by Eimer and Amend (New York, N.Y.) (1920)
"4437/3, scale magnifier, ether disposal tube, ether funnel tube, rubber bulb and supporting stand with milk glass scale 70.00 4437/1. cryoscope— ..."

2. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistry (1902)
"... by using sulphuric anhydride itself in the following manner :—To a known quantity of the solvent contained in a cryoscope furnished with a stirrer, ..."

3. Examination of the Urine: A Manual for Students and Practitioners by George Alexander De Santos Saxe (1904)
"The latter is performed in a special apparatus known as the cryoscope, ... Beckmann's cryoscope. types being constructed by Raoult and by Beck- mann. ..."

4. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1916)
"... were placed in the cryoscope and the fp detd.; then i drop of H2O (0.0272 g.) was added and the mixt, agitated but sohl, was incomplete. ..."

5. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1905)
"Experiments by means of the cryoscope showed, almost without exception, a difference in the blood of the right and left sides of the heart in animals which ..."

6. The Diagnostics of internal medicine: A Clinical Treatise Upon the by Glentworth Reeve Butler (1906)
"... Jr. : " The cryoscope made by Fontaine, of Paris (Fig. 263), is simply constructed, durable, and thoroughly satisfactory for clinical use. ..."

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