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|definition= The plant, animal, or other material containing the chemical of interest is dried to remove all water from the material. The amount of the chemical found in subsequent analysis is then expressed as weight of chemical divided by weight of the dried material which once contained it.<ref>http://www.greenfacts.org/glossary/def/dry-weight.htm</ref> }}
 
|definition= The plant, animal, or other material containing the chemical of interest is dried to remove all water from the material. The amount of the chemical found in subsequent analysis is then expressed as weight of chemical divided by weight of the dried material which once contained it.<ref>http://www.greenfacts.org/glossary/def/dry-weight.htm</ref> }}
  
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Huidige versie van 24 jul 2009 om 17:03

Definition of dry weight:
The plant, animal, or other material containing the chemical of interest is dried to remove all water from the material. The amount of the chemical found in subsequent analysis is then expressed as weight of chemical divided by weight of the dried material which once contained it.[1]
This is the common definition for dry weight, other definitions can be discussed in the article

References

  1. http://www.greenfacts.org/glossary/def/dry-weight.htm