soil-aspirator love


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An apparatus for studying the permeability of the soil to air. It consists of a tube reaching down to the desired depth, connected with a manometer and aspirator that establishes a definite suction-pressure and measures the rate at which the air can be drawn through the soil under this pressure.


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