Hardness vs Hydrotimetry - What's the difference?

hardness | hydrotimetry |


As nouns the difference between hardness and hydrotimetry

is that hardness is the quality of being hard while hydrotimetry is (chemistry) the measurement of the hardness of water by titration with a soap solution.

hardness

English

Noun

  • The quality of being hard.
  • An instance of this quality; hardship.
  • See also

    * hardiness

    References

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    hydrotimetry

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • (chemistry) The measurement of the hardness of water by titration with a soap solution