Definition of Osmosed
1. Verb. (past of osmose) ¹
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Definition of Osmosed
1. osmose [v] - See also: osmose
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Literary usage of Osmosed
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1. The American Chemist by Charles Frederick Chandler (1873)
"The thirds not osmosed gave 9 to ю per cent, of yellow pieces, whilst the osmosed thirds have yielded 20 to 25 per cent., on the average above 22 per cent. ..."
2. Beet-sugar Manufacture and Refining by Lewis Sharpe Ware (1907)
"When the density of the osmosed molasses falls below the limit determined upon in advance, the entrance flow of the molasses into the ..."
3. Condensed Description of the Manufacture of Beet Sugar by Franz Murke (1921)
"Molasses running through each machine independently, the same water running through both. Purity of molasses to be osmosed 59.74 Purity of ..."
4. Beet-sugar Making and Its Chemical Control by Yasujuro Nikaido (1909)
"Since the quantity of dry substance of the molasses is the sum of the dry substances of osmosed molasses and osmose waste water, we have (1) m=x+y; hence, ..."
5. Patents for Inventions: Abridgements of Specifications Relating to Sugar. A by Great Britain Patent Office, Bennet Woodcroft (1871)
"When molasses thus treated has furnished a crystallization of sugar, the molasses which runs off may be again ".osmosed," clarified, and rendered ..."
6. The Technology of Sugar by John Geddes M'Intosh (1916)
"... on the other be limited, it is possible to extract from that molasses a large proportion of its salts and almost no sugar- The osmosed mass thus becomes ..."
7. Applied Biology: An Elementary Textbook and Laboratory Guide by Maurice Alpheus Bigelow, Anna Nieglieh Bigelow (1911)
"Evidently the molasses did not osmose outward as rapidly as the water osmosed into the molasses, otherwise the column of fluid would not have been forced up ..."
8. Methods of Analysis for Beet Sugar Factories (1908)
"in which (P2-P1)1oo X -K=PT X = percentage loss of dry substance. P1 = purity of molasses to be osmosed, for example = 60. ..."