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- adj. of, or relating to calorimetry, or measured by a calorimeter
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- adj. Of or pertaining to the process of using the calorimeter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or belonging to the calorimeter or to calorimetry.
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- adj. of or relating to the measurement of heat
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This can also be show with calorimetric measurements as well.
Likewise, the same causes of cooling that operate in the everyday domain will bring objects from pyrometric temperatures down to everyday temperatures; that is precisely what happens in calorimetric pyrometry (or, when we simply leave very hot things out in cold air for a while).
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Pons might have done poor calorimetric measurements, but that does not make him a Dembski.
Is this not what Smolin is trying to accomplish seeing glast determination in the calorimetric bringing a greater depth to our perceptions of the universe?
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Likewise, in thermochemistry, one has always stuck to the thermal effect, that is, to energy differences, until Wilhelm Ostwald in particular emphatically showed that many detailed considerations could be significantly abbreviated if one dealt with energy itself instead of with calorimetric numbers.
When it was not, the inevitable brevity of calorimetric observations failed to reveal effects of dietetic deficiences which require time for their display.