UAN Fertilizer Concentration Analysis – Measure RI & Density for % Concentration

Alcohol Proof Measurement – Testimonial Palmetto Moonshine

March 26, 2015 Attn: Mike Pierpont Rudolph Research Analytical Manager, Densitometry 55 Newburgh Road Hackettstown,  NJ 07840 Mike, Palmetto moonshine began needing a consistent method to monitor and record our alcohol based products for our consumers and to the strict requirements of the Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB). There are many different methods that

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Alcohol Density – Alcoholic beverage Sample Preparation

Measuring Alcohol Density with a Density Meter requires specific sample preparation procedures for accurate results. Procedures for sample preparation for measuring alcohol density with a Rudolph Research DDM2911 Density Meter Application Report Alcoholic Beverage Sample preparation: In general, there are two basic types of alcoholic beverage classifications, each with a different procedure required prior to

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Measuring Alcohol Concentration – Alcohol Proof Determination

Measuring Alcohol Concentration for Proof by measuring the Density of Alcohol. Alcohol Concentration Determination Introduction Pycnometers, hydrometers, and digital density meters are officially recognized methods for the determination / measuring alcohol (ethanol) concentration for quality control and to insure proper product labeling for declaration of alcohol content (Proof) for the payment of tax. In the

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API Gravity – Petroleum – Digital Density Meter Application Note

API Gravity – Density Meter Application Report Understanding API Gravity: API Gravity – Crude oil is an indispensable starting material for all types of products and various other fuels, oils, and lubricants. Characterization of these products is most complex and often impractical. Therefore, the measurements of more simple properties such as flash point, vapor pressure,

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Density Meter Application Note, Concentrations

Density Meter Application Report Concentration Determinations using the Rudolph Research Analytical DDM 2911 Density Meter Introduction From purely an intuitive approach, it is easy to understand how a density meter can determine concentrations. If you were to measure the density of a pure water sample, you would find its density to be 0.9982 g/cm 3

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