Tables of Alcoholometry
1980, Canadian Alcoholometric Tables - The tables provide users in the distilling industry easy access with simple calculations to determine the volume and strength of spirits. They are constructed with systematic increments of density in 0.2kg/m3 steps, and the values indicated have been calculated for individual steps corresponding to the entire sequence of hydrometer readings occurring at 0.5% temperature increments ranging from -20 C to +40 C.
1993, Canadian Alcoholometric Obscuration Equivalent Tables - The tables provide users in the distilling industry with a simple method of determining the true alcoholic strength of obscured spirits at 20 C.
1996, Canadian Alcoholometric Laboratory Table - This table provides persons using pycnometers or digital density meters an accurate and simple correlation between the density-in-air of a water-ethanol mixture at 20 C to its corresponding strength expressed in percentage by volume at 20 C, and in percentage by mass.
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