Definition of salinometer in English:

salinometer

Syllabification: sal·i·nom·e·ter
Pronunciation: /ˌsaləˈnämitər
 
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noun

An instrument for measuring the salinity of water.
More example sentences
  • Oceanographers use a salinometer in order to measure the exact salinity of a water sample and to be able to correct the CTD salinity.
  • Salinity was determined at 24°C on two Guildline Autosal Model 8400A salinometers located in a temperature-controlled laboratory (21.4 - 24.6°C).

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