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  1. porosimetrynoun

    The measurement of porosity

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  1. Porosimetry

    Porosimetry is an analytical technique used to determine various quantifiable aspects of a material's porous nature, such as pore diameter, total pore volume, surface area, and bulk and absolute densities. The technique involves the intrusion of a non-wetting liquid at high pressure into a material through the use of a porosimeter. The pore size can be determined based on the external pressure needed to force the liquid into a pore against the opposing force of the liquid's surface tension. A force balance equation known as Washburn's equation for the above material having cylindrical pores is given as: Since the technique is usually done under vacuum, the gas pressure begins at zero. The contact angle of mercury with most solids is between 135° and 142°, so an average of 140° can be taken without much error. The surface tension of mercury at 20 °C under vacuum is 480 mN/m. With the various substitutions, the equation becomes: As pressure increases, so does the cumulative pore volume. From the cumulative pore volume, one can find the pressure and pore diameter where 50% of the total volume has been added to give the median pore diameter.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of porosimetry in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of porosimetry in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

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