gravimetric analysis A method of chemical analysis which involves the quantitative precipitation of an element or elements from solution in a compound whose composition is accurately known and which may be isolated in a pure form prior to weighing. When new electronic techniques of elemental analysis were introduced the term ‘wet chemistry’ came to be applied to the classical gravimetric techniques.
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