Definition of Elutriators
1. elutriator [n] - See also: elutriator
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Literary usage of Elutriators
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Guide to the Scientific Examination of Soils: Comprising Select Methods of by Felix Wahnschaffe (1891)
"The elutriators are inserted between the laths and screwed into the joints of a stand provided with a heavy cast- iron plate. To render it more secure the ..."
2. Soils: Their Formation, Properties, Composition, and Relations to Climate by Eugene Woldemar Hilgard (1921)
"The inventor claims that an analysis may by its means be completed in less than three hours. In all hydraulic elutriators a provision for constant pressure ..."
3. Soils, Their Properties and Management by Thomas Lyttleton Lyon, Elmer Otterbein Fippin, Harry Oliver Buckman (1915)
"Neither is the method capable of the refinement of separation which is possible with certain of the elutriators. As a consequence it has been superseded by ..."
4. Report of the Commission on Additional Water Supply for the City of New York by New York (N.Y.), William Hubert Burr, Commission on Additional Water Supply (1904)
"... by microscopical examination of the sediment was found to be more convenient and quite as accurate as the method involving the use of elutriators. ..."