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5150-Pycnometers to Gay – Lussac, Calibrated Class-A


5150-Pycnometers to Gay – Lussac, Calibrated Class-A

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  • Complies with DIN/ISO 3507
  • With Individual Work Certificate
  • With Teflon stopper
PART  No. Capacity (ml) Tolerance (±ml) PACK Qty.
5150-10 10 1 2
5150-25 25 2 2
5150-50 50 3 2
5150-100 100 3 2

Here are some common uses of Pycnometers calibrated as Class A using the Gay-Lussac method:

  1. Density Determination:
    • Pycnometers are primarily used for determining the density of liquids. The Gay-Lussac method involves filling the pycnometer with a known volume of liquid at a known temperature and measuring the mass of the liquid. This information is then used to calculate the density of the liquid.
  2. Quality Control in Industries:
    • Pycnometers calibrated to Class A standards are often used in quality control laboratories, particularly in industries such as pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and beverages, where precise measurement of liquid density is critical for ensuring product quality.
  3. Experimental Research:
    • In scientific research, especially in fields like chemistry and materials science, Pycnometers are used to determine the density of liquids as part of various experiments and investigations.
  4. Material Characterization:
    • Pycnometry is a valuable technique for characterizing materials, and Class A calibrated Pycnometers are employed when high accuracy and precision in density measurements are required.
  5. Calibration of Instruments:
    • Pycnometers themselves are calibrated to a high level of accuracy, and they can be used as reference standards for calibrating other density measurement instruments or methods.
  6. Volume Calibration:
    • Pycnometers can be used for the calibration of volumetric glassware, helping to ensure the accuracy of other laboratory equipment used for liquid measurement.
  7. Standard Reference in Laboratories:
    • Class A calibrated Pycnometers are often used as standard reference equipment in laboratories where accurate density measurements are routine, ensuring the traceability of measurements to recognized standards.
  8. Density-Volume Relationships:
    • Pycnometry allows scientists and researchers to establish relationships between density and volume, providing valuable insights into the physical properties of liquids.
  9. Educational Purposes:
    • Pycnometers are used in educational laboratories to teach students about the principles of density measurement and the calibration of laboratory equipment.
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