Definitions for eudiometerˌyu diˈɒm ɪ tər
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measuring instrument consisting of a graduated glass tube for measuring volume changes in chemical reactions between gases
A graduated glass tube closed at one end that is used for measuring the change in the volume of gases during a chemical reaction.
Origin: Late 18th century, from Greek: eúdio(s) 'clear, fine', from eu 'well' + dios 'heavenly'
an instrument for the volumetric measurement of gases; -- so named because frequently used to determine the purity of the air
Origin: [Gr. fair, clear weather, fr. fine, clear ( said of the air or weather) + -meter: cf. F. ediomtre.]
A eudiometer is a laboratory device that measures the change in volume of a gas mixture following a physical or chemical change.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
ū-di-om′e-tėr, n. an instrument for measuring the purity of, or the quantity of oxygen contained in, the air.—adjs. Eudiomet′ric, -al.—n. Eudiom′etry. [Gr. eudios, clear, metron, measure.]
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
A graduated glass tube for measuring the volumes of gases. In its simplest form it is simply a cylindrical tube, with a scale etched or engraved upon it, closed at one end and open at the other. The gas to be measured is collected in it over a liquid, generally water, dilute sulphuric acid in the gas voltameter, or mercury. Many different shapes have been given them by Hoffmann, Ure, Bunsen and others.
The numerical value of eudiometer in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of eudiometer in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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