Baumé

Science / Chemistry / Baumé: A, Be scale related to specific gravities, devised by the French chemist Antoine Baumé for marking hydrometers. At 60°F, specific gravity can be calculated from degrees Baum?© by the following formulas: liquids lighter than water: sp. Gr. = 140/(°Bé + 130) liquids heavier than water: sp. Gr. = 145/(145 - °Bé)

Baumé (France)

Life Style / Wine / Baumé (France): A scale for must weight. This is a hydrometric method - meaning that the sugar concentration (and therefore potential alcohol) is calculated from measuring the density of the must. Other scales includ MORE

Oechsle (Germany)

Life Style / Wine / Oechsle (Germany): A scale of must weight based on specific gravity. It is vital to assess the must weight in Germany as it determines the Prädikat classification. An Oechsle unit is equal to one unit of specific gravi MORE

Fourier Ring Correlation (FRC)

Science / Spiders / Fourier Ring Correlation (FRC): a measure of statistical dependency between two averages, computed by comparison of rings in Fourier space [Saxton and Baumeister, 1982]. As the Differential Phase Residual, the FRC is used to establi MORE

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