Baume gravity

Baume gravity
See gravity.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • baumé scale — noun Usage: usually capitalized B Etymology: after Antoine Baumé : either of two arbitrary hydrometer scales, one for liquids lighter than water and the other for liquids heavier than water, that indicate specific gravity in degrees, the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Baumé — a scale in degrees named for Antoine Baumé, used for measuring density in liquids, e.g. in brines used for preserving fish, 22ºBé equals 100% saturation. For liquids heavier than water, to convert from °Bé to specific gravity at 60°Fahrenheit,… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • Baumé — I. adjective Etymology: Antoine Baumé Date: 1877 being, calibrated in accordance with, or according to either of two arbitrary hydrometer scales for liquids lighter than water or for liquids heavier than water that indicate specific gravity in… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Baumé scale — a scale for use with a hydrometer, calibrated in such manner that the specific gravity of a given liquid may be easily computed. [named after A. Baumé (1728 1804), French chemist] * * * …   Universalium

  • Baume Scale — n. hydrometer scale invented by Antoine Baume, scale for measuring the specific gravity of liquids …   English contemporary dictionary

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