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    • Keywords

       

      Density; micro-quantity liquids; rise of liquid drops; immiscible liquid column

    • Abstract

       

      The conventional methods such as specific gravity bottle method, pyknometer method, and the Westphal-balance method or the capillary tube method where accurate weighing is a problem cannot be employed when liquids are available in micro-quantities. The method described may be employed to determine the density of micro-quantity liquids (even up to 0·5µl) and it is found to be simple and rapid. The method also allows the analyst to retrieve the sample for further analysis.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      G J Srinivasan1 G Thirunavukkarasu1 2 P Satyanarayana1 2

      1. Department of Electronics and Instrumentation, St. Peter’s Engineering College, Avadi, Chennai - 600 054, India
      2. Forensic Sciences Department, Physics Division, Chennai - 600 004, India
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  • Bulletin of Materials Science | News

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