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Quart

quart

1. A measure of fluid capacity; the fourth part of a gallon; the equivalent of 0.9468 liter. An imperial quart contains about 20% more than the ordinary quart, or 1.1359 liters.

2. A dry measure holding a little more than the fluid measure.

Origin: L. Quartus, fourth


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Agriculture and Microbiology come together (Research Prjct)

... clay 5-10% organic matter This is a test to find out how much of these you have in your soil: Get the soil you want to test and put some in a quart jar (like a handful or two). Mix in 2 cups of water, and a table spoon of water softener. Wait for them to separate, then measure the layers with ...

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by Sophiahotep
Thu Nov 14, 2013 9:29 pm
 
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: Agriculture and Microbiology come together (Research Prjct)
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Re: Measure of Cysteine concentration

... units on your extinction coefficient, sometimes they are different (you could, for instance, have an extinction coefficient calibrated as (pounds/quart)^-1 inches^-1, though anyone reporting an extinction coefficient in those units should be tarred and feathered). The concentration you get from ...

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by jonmoulton
Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:23 pm
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: Measure of Cysteine concentration
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Views: 1466

Human Collembola Infestations

... before and after walks, and can use this cheap spray bottle for about a year without clogging the nozzle. A little goes a long way, so although a quart is expensive, it really is less expensive than aerosol sprays of chemicals such as OFF, bought repeatedly. I do not have any affiliation with ...

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by Wallyanna
Wed May 09, 2012 12:34 pm
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Human Collembola Infestations
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