Definition of the noun micrometry
What does micrometry mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: micrometries
- measuring with a micrometer
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The Microscope (1917)
An Introduction to Microscopic Methods and to Histology by Simon Henry Gage
Micrometry is the determination of the size of objects by the aid of a microscope. Micrometry with the Simple Microscope § 245. With a simple microscope (1), the easiest and best way is to use dividers and then with the simple microscope ...
The Microscope and Histology (1891)
For the Use of Laboraory Students in the Anatomical Department of Cornell University by Simon Henry Gage
Micrometry is the determination of the size of objects by the aid of a microscope. - MICROMETRY WITH THE SIMPLE MICROSCOPE. § 107. With a 4Q MAGNIPICA TION AND DRA WING. OCULAR OCULAR 50 mm. 25 mm. • Objective.
by Carl A. Batt
Micrometry is the term used to describe the technique for measuring detail in a microscopic sample using a light microscope. For optimum results the specimen is viewed with a superimposed grid at the highest magnification with ...
Foundations In Microbiology (2008)
Micrometry is the method of determining the size of microorganisms. The device used for the measurement is called micrometer. The unit of measurement is " micron" (u). To measure the dimension of object, two special accessories are ...
Essentials of Biotechnology (2009)
by Ulhas K. Patil, Kalyani Muskan
Micrometry is the method of determining the size of cell. The device used for the measurement is called micrometer. The unit of measurement is “micron” ( m). By using compound microscope cell size measurements are possible.
by Ochei Et Al
Micrometry is the measurement of microscopic objects using a calibrated eyepiece micrometer. The unit of measurement is the micron (n or Jim) . The eyepiece micrometer scale requires calibration from a measured scale ...
Including Laboratory Exercises in the Histologic and Chemic Examinations of Drugs for Pharmaceutic and Medical Schools and for Home Study by Robert Anthony Hatcher, Torald Hermann Sollmann
Micrometry is the measuring of microscopic objects. The unit of measurement is the micron (Greek micros = small, minute, generally abbreviated to the Greek letter mu, /1), which is the one-millionth part of a meter, or the one-thousandth part of ...
by Stuart T. Smith
A motivation for using capacitive micrometry is that extremely good temporal stability reference capacitors can be produced with a temperature coefficient of better than 10−7 K−1. Ultimately the choice between such rival designs would rest ...
by P. D. Sharma
Micrometry. Micrometry is the measurement of microorganisms ...
by K. R. Aneja
Micrometry is the measurement of microorganisms. Since microorganims are small, the dimensions of these are usually expressed in units smaller than millimeters. The micrometer (um) is one-thousandth (10~3) of a millimeter, one millionth ...
by C. C. Lee
usually by sedimentation, sieving, micrometry, or combinations of these methods. The names and size limits of ...
A Pocket Medical Dictionary (1906)
Giving the Pronunciation and Definition of the Principal Words Used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences ... by George Milbry Gould
Micrometry, mi-krom'-et-re. The use of a micrometer. Micromillimeter, mi-kro-mil'- im-e-ter. The one-millionth part of a meter. A micron ; symbol, /a. Micromotoacope , mi-kro-mo'-to-sköp. An apparatus for photographing motile microorganisms.
by Suzanne Bell
micrometry The process of taking measurements of objects that are being ...
Craniometry, geometry, micrometry, Optometry, psychometry, pyrometry, sociometry, trigonometry ...
Word Parts Dictionary (2000)
Standard and Reverse Listings of Prefixes, Suffixes, Roots and Combining Forms, 2d ed. by Michael J. Sheehan
stichometry measurements pantometry mental processes noometry metric spaces metric geometry microscopic objects micrometry mountains orometry movement of the walls of the chest stethometry movement range ...
by L. L. Somani
The determination of the various amounts of the different separates in a soil sample, usually by sedimentation, sieving, micrometry or a combination of these methods ...
by Donald Venes, MD
micrometry (mi-krom'e-tre) [” + metron, measure] Use of device, ...
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