Tables were prepared by means of which simple calculations for the dilution of any given latex could be made.
For the second dilution it would take 10,000 drops, or about a pint.
It is difficult with makeshift devices to gauge this dilution accurately for every motor speed.
Instead of being the 30th dilution, it is about the 30th concentration.
Why have you accepted his dilution of nonsense on Verlaine and Huysmans?
This staining can only be limited by dilution, but not by the addition of opposed dyes.
As to dilution, it is now accepted by the men, who said when it was proposed to them: "Why didn't you come to us six months ago?"
dilution, or addition of water, at once discharges the colour.
Goodale begins with five drops of that dilution that just fails to cause a skin reaction.
The dilution may be too great or too small to meet the needs of the infant.
dilution di·lu·tion (dī-lōō'shən, dĭ-)
The act of reducing the concentration of a mixture or solution.
A diluted solution.