| Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey - 1898
...weight. When reckoned in per cent., the error would be such a small fraction of 1 per cent, as not to be **worthy of attention. The specific gravity was determined...the two dry weights by the difference between the** average dry weight and the weight of the cube suspended in water. The results are recorded in Part... | |
| Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey - 1898 - 544 Seiten
...weight. When reckoned in per cent., the error would be such a small fraction of 1 per cent, as not to be **worthy of attention. The specific gravity was determined...the two dry weights by the difference between the** average dry •weight and the weight of the cube suspended in water. The results are recorded in Part... | |
| Ernest Robertson Buckley - 1898 - 544 Seiten
...weight. When reckoned in per cent., the error would be such a small fraction of 1 per cent. as not to be **worthy of attention. The specific gravity was determined...the two dry weights by the difference between the** average dry weight and the weight of the cube suspended in water. The results are recorded in Part... | |
| Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey - 1898 - 544 Seiten
...weight. When reckoned in per cent., the error would be such a small fraction of 1 per cent. as not to be **worthy of attention. The specific gravity was determined...the two dry weights by the difference between the** average dry weight and the weight of the cube suspended in water. The results are recorded in Part... | |
| Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey - 1896 - 544 Seiten
...weight. When reckoned in per cent., the error would be such a small fraction of 1 per cent, as not to be **worthy of attention. The specific gravity was determined...the two dry weights by the difference between the** average dry •weight and the weight of the cube suspended in water. The results are recorded in Part... | |
| Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin - 1900
...are again weighed and the results recorded. From the weights thus obtained the specific gravity is **determined by dividing the average of the two dry weights by the difference between the** average dry weight and the weight of the cube suspended in water. The apparent specific gravity can... | |
| 1907
...0.01 . "When reckoned in per cent, the error would be such a small fraction of 1 per cent as not to be **worthy of attention. The specific gravity was determined...the sample tested, the following formula is to be** used: (B- A) sp.gr. 100 (BA) sp. gr. +A~ in which A is the average dry weight, B the saturated weight,... | |
| Missouri. Division of Geological Survey and Water Resources - 1903
...are weighed again and the weights recorded. From the weights thus obtained the specific gravity is **determined by dividing the average of the two dry weights by the difference between the** average dry weight and the weight of the cube suspended in water. The apparent specific gravity can... | |
| Washington Geological Survey - 1903
...distilled water and again weighed. The specific gravity was then determined by dividing the dry weight **by the difference between the dry weight and the weight of the** sample suspended in water. The results are recorded in Table II. Porosity. — The percentage of pore... | |
| Washington Geological Survey - 1903
...distilled water and again weighed. The specific gravity was then determined by dividing the dry weight **by the difference between the dry weight and the weight of the** sample suspended in water. The results are recorded in Table II. Porosity. — The percentage of pore... | |
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