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  • n. Plural form of decigram.

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Examples

  • She went on to produce several decigrams of very pure radium chloride before finally, in collaboration with AndrĂ© Debierne, she was able to isolate radium in metallic form.

    Marie and Pierre Curie and the Discovery of Polonium and Radium

  • Some idea of the prodigious work these results entail may be formed from the fact that it takes 1,000 kg of raw material to produce a few decigrams of these active substances.

    Nobel Prize in Physics 1903 - Presentation Speech

  • This was by no means an easy operation which is proved by the fact that after several months of accurate and careful work Perrin was able to obtain from one kilogram of gamboge only some decigrams of particles of the desired size.

    Nobel Prize in Physics 1926 - Presentation Speech

  • Weight of dry soil before burning ... 100 100 decigrams

    Lessons on Soil

  • Weight of top soil before drying ... 10 grams = 100 decigrams

    Lessons on Soil

  • If there is enough grit it should be weighed: we obtained 14 decigrams of grit from 10 grams of our top soil and 17 decigrams from 10 grams of bottom soil.

    Lessons on Soil

  • A column 100 millimetres long was drawn to represent the 100 decigrams of soil, and a mark was drawn 17 millimetres up to show the amount of water (see Fig. 2).

    Lessons on Soil

  • Weight of top soil after drying but before burning ... 83 decigrams

    Lessons on Soil

  • Weight of bottom soil before drying ... 10 grams = 100 decigrams

    Lessons on Soil

  • Weight of subsoil after drying but before burning ... 87 decigrams

    Lessons on Soil

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