Volume 43, Issue 6 (November 1998)

    Rise of Liquid Drops in Immiscible Liquid: A Simple, Novel, and Rapid Method to Determine the Density of Microquantity Liquids

    (Received 11 December 1997; accepted 17 April 1998)

    CODEN: JFSOAD

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    Abstract

    A simple, novel, and rapid method for the determination of density of microquantity liquids is described. The method may be employed in forensic science when liquids sent for analysis are available in microquantities (even up to 0.5 μL) for which density cannot be determined either by the capillary tube method, where accurate weighing is a problem, or by the other conventional methods such as specific gravity bottle method, Pyknometer method, or the Westphal-balance method. The retrieval of the sample is also possible in this method, which allows the analyst to carry out further analysis.


    Author Information:

    Srinivasan, GJ
    Professor and head, St. Peter's Engineering College, Avadi, Chennai,

    Thirunavukkarasu, G
    Scientific assistant, grade I, and research scholar, Forensic Sciences Department, Chennai,

    Satyanarayana, P
    Scientific assistant, grade I, and research scholar, Forensic Sciences Department, Chennai,


    Stock #: JFS14387J

    ISSN: 0022-1198

    DOI: 10.1520/JFS14387J

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    Title Rise of Liquid Drops in Immiscible Liquid: A Simple, Novel, and Rapid Method to Determine the Density of Microquantity Liquids
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