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rheometry

the measurement of electric current, usually with a galvanometer. — rheometric, adj.
See also: Measurement
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As may be observed, there is a lack in the literature of works that used EGMA and EMAGMA copolymers to improve the properties of PET and that investigated the rheological behavior of PET/EGMA and PET/EMAGMA blends by both torque rheometry and rheological measurements under oscillatory shear flow.
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These results, along with the results obtained from rheometry, indicate that further optimization of the formulation may be needed.
shear rate data using online (MRI Rheometry) method and offline (CVO Rheometry) method.
Anton Paar is in the measurement of density and concentration, the determination of dissolved CO2, and in the field of rheometry. Anton Paar's customers include beer and soft drink manufacturers as well as companies active in the food, chemicals and pharmaceutical industries.
After swirling and mixing the solution, the solutions were either kept on ice for rheometry or put in the incubator at 37[degrees]C in a 12-well plate.
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Capillary rheometry is typically used to capture the temperature dependence and shear-rate dependence of viscosity, and curves of viscosity versus shear rate at multiple temperatures are required in flow simulation software so that the actual inputs provided by the analyst can be interpreted by the software.
* Thermal Analysis and Rheometry Instrument Components
These polymer gels were characterized using differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), rheometry test (RT), and environmental scanning electron microscopy (ESEM).