Measurement vs Saccharometry - What's the difference?

measurement | saccharometry |


As nouns the difference between measurement and saccharometry

is that measurement is the act of measuring while saccharometry is the measurement of the amount of sugar in a liquid using a saccharometer.

measurement

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • The act of measuring.
  • Magnitude (or extent or amount) determined by an act of measuring.
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    See also

    : A Dictionary of Units of Measurement English adjectives

    saccharometry

    English

    Noun

    (saccharometries)
  • The measurement of the amount of sugar in a liquid using a saccharometer.
  • See also

    * saccharimetry * saccharimeter * saccharometer