from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Of or relating to measurement by weight.
- adjective Of or relating to measurement of variations in a gravitational field.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or pertaining to measurement by weight: specifically applied in chemistry to a method of analyzing compound bodies by decomposing them and finding the weight of their elements: opposed to volumetric.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective (Chem.) Of or pertaining to measurement by weight; measured by weight.
- adjective (Chem.) analysis in which the amounts of the constituents are determined by weight; -- in distinction from volumetric analysis.
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- adjective chemistry Of or pertaining to
- adjective geology Of or pertaining to measurement of the local
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- adjective of or relating to hydrometry
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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It seems ironic that mass spectrometry, the center of my scientific life for the last 20 years, is really just an exercise in gravimetric analysis!
The European researchers proposed counting solid diesel particles using particle instruments in addition to weighing them after collecting them in a filter, known as the gravimetric method.
“And the gravimetric interference patterns between them create a wormhole link from point to point, allowing energy to come off the string . . .”
What if we link the antimatter containment field to the gravimetric ambience.
The deck was beginning to vibrate slightly as they plunged through the gravimetric distortions radiating from the Infinite.
When Scotty and Leah returned to the bridge, waves of gravimetric interference were reaching out like claws to try and drag the saucer into the wormhole.
It might just be a gravimetric distortion from the string itself, but it just might be caused by the passage of a cloaked ship.
Wormholes, subspace distortion fields, gravimetric distortions . . .
Vol, use the warp engines to counter the gravimetric waves.
Assuming it is a Ferengi marauder and not just a gravimetric eddy.