titration in which the end point is determined by measuring the amperage of an electric current of given voltage that is passed through the solution.
a character or symbol (& or ) for and : Smith & Jones, Inc. Contemporary Examples And he devotes an entire chapter to the beauties of the ampersand. Mad About Fonts Malcolm Jones October 3, 2011 Historical Examples In 1878, when I spent three weeks at ampersand, the cabin was in ruins, and surrounded by […]
the sum total of two or more quantities or sums; aggregate. the sum of the principal and interest of a loan. quantity; measure: a great amount of resistance. the full effect, value, or significance. to total; add (usually followed by to): The repair bill amounts to $300. to reach, extend, or be equal in number, […]
a racemic drug, C 9 H 13 N, that stimulates the central nervous system: used chiefly to lift the mood in depressive states and to control the appetite in cases of obesity. Contemporary Examples How come in the amphetamine rush of the 1980s nobody worried about the sanctity of baseball? Clemens Prosecutors Strike Out Buzz […]
a prefix occurring in loanwords from Greek (amphibious); on this model, used with the meaning “two,” “both,” “on both sides,” in the formation of compound words: amphiaster. prefix on both sides; at both ends; of both kinds: amphipod, amphitrichous, amphibious around: amphibole before a vowel amph-, word-forming element from Greek amphi- “both, of both kinds, […]