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- adv. In a volumetric manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By volumetric analysis.
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- adv. with respect to volume
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His design concepts begin as sketchbook squiggles or crumpled paper and are ultimately transformed into volumetrically complicated, expressively curvaceous buildings impossible to draw.
Mr. BELL: Well, I think a building, especially in the middle of a block where the shape of a building can't be all that volumetrically varied, is going to be a box.
But the quality that ties all of Stirling ' s work together is something that only the greatest architects possess: the unique ability to think volumetrically, to conceptualize and visualize all of a building ' s components and relationships simultaneously in all three dimensions, reorganizing and reinventing those relationships to create brilliant spatial progressions and shifts in perception and experience that elude more ordinary talents.
Current 3D is the step into technological advancement we need to make in order to achieve a mainstream holographic display yes in 3D, but volumetrically projected in our space.
No, I don't mean massively volumetrically large, I mean Thingamy has incredible potential.
It consists in precipitating all the manganese in the state of peroxide, dissolving it in a ferrous solution so as to bring back the manganese to the manganous slate, and determining volumetrically, by means of potassium permanganate, the quantity of ferrous salt which has been converted into ferric.
By means of this liquid we determine volumetrically the quantity of ferrous sulphate remaining in the solution of manganese.
The united filtrates are boiled or examined volumetrically with sodium sulphide.
It remains a fact, however, that no matter with what skill and care the gasometric analysis is made, either gravimetrically or volumetrically, the calculation of the residual amount of oxygen presents the same difficulties in both cases.
When cold, extract with water, and determine the sulphur volumetrically with standard barium chloride.