Definition of Gravimetric analysis

1. Noun. Quantitative analysis by weight.




Definition of Gravimetric analysis

1. Noun. (analytical chemistry) Any of several methods and techniques of analytical chemistry in which the amount of a substance in a sample is determined by weighing a precipitate, filtrate, residue etc after some physical or chemical process. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gravimetric Analysis

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Literary usage of Gravimetric analysis

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1. Analytical Chemistry by Frederick Pearson Treadwell (1910)
"In the case of gravimetric analysis we separate the component to be determined from a solution in the form of an insoluble compound of known chemical ..."

2. Quantitative Chemical Analysis by C. Remigius Fresenius (1903)
"B. Reagents for gravimetric analysis in the dry way. ... A. REAGENTS FOB GRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS IN THE WET WAT. I. SIMPLE SOLVENTS. .§56. 1. ..."

3. An Introductory Course in Quantitative Chemical Analysis, with Explanatory by George McPhail Smith (1919)
"In a gravimetric analysis, a weighed sample is taken, and the substances to be determined are separated, one after another, either in the free state, ..."

4. Chemistry: General, Medical, and Pharmaceutical Including the Chemistry of by John Attfield (1871)
"... gravimetric analysis. ESTIMATION OF METALS. POTASSIUM. Outline of the Process.—This element is usually estimated in the form of double chloride of ..."

5. Quantitative Analysis by Edward G. Mahin (1919)
"A general review of the conditions that must be fulfilled for accurate gravimetric analysis will serve to show that no such systematic classification as is ..."

6. Quantitative Analysis by Edward Garfield Mahin (1914)
"CHAPTER III EXPERIMENTAL gravimetric analysis One of the most apparent differences between the methods of study as applied to qualitative and to ..."

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