gravimetric

[grav-uh-me-trik]
Also grav·i·met·ri·cal.

Origin of gravimetric

1870–75; gravi- (combining form of Latin gravis heavy) + -metric
Related formsgrav·i·met·ri·cal·ly, adverb
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Examples from the Web for gravimetric

Contemporary Examples of gravimetric

  • On a gravimetric basis, gasoline has 80 times the energy density of the best lithium-ion batteries.

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    The Electric Car Boondoggle

    Robert Bryce

    July 29, 2010

Historical Examples of gravimetric


British Dictionary definitions for gravimetric

gravimetric

gravimetrical

adjective
  1. of, concerned with, or using measurement by weightCompare volumetric
Derived Formsgravimetrically, adverb
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gravimetric in Medicine

gravimetric

[grăv′ə-mĕtrĭk]
adj.
  1. Relating to or determined by weight.
  2. Relating to measurement of variations in a gravitational field.
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