from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In machinery, a kind of joint in which the surfaces to be fitted are previously covered with fine emery and oil in the case of metal, or fine sand and water in the case of glass, and rubbed together.
- n. In masonry, the meeting of an upper and lower course of stone in a wall.
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Metrohm's fixed ground-joint diaphragm electrodes are largely insensitive to contamination;
The fixed ground-joint diaphragm is suitable for a range of samples, from clear, ion-deficient solutions up to highly concentrated suspensions or emulsions.
The fixed ground-joint diaphragm allows low-noise potential measurements that are only dependent on the ionic strength and stirring speed to a minimal extent, meeting the requirements for a rapid and precise titration.