density

[ den-si-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF density

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DENSITY

The young man tried to be patient over her density in this time of crisis.

In the second way, density implies compactness of molecules.

So if rate of speed and elasticity be known, the density may be computed.

In this way the density of the ether has been deduced by noting the velocity of light.

The density of their ignorance is something that the people of England cannot understand.

The density of this acid is high just before the discharge is begun.

Fig. 23 shows the change in the density of the acid during discharge.

The progress of the charge is generally determined by the density of the electrolyte.

It may take from 36 to 72 hours before this density is reached.

This must be done as often as is necessary to keep the density below 1.300.

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