rheometer

noun
rhe·​om·​e·​ter | \rē-ˈä-mə-tər \

Definition of rheometer 

: an instrument for measuring flow (as of viscous substances)

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Our lab shares two rheometers with Georgia Tech physicist Alberto Fernandez-Nieves. David Hu And Patricia Yang, Smithsonian, "A Grand Unified Theory of Pooping," 27 Apr. 2017 Our lab shares two rheometers with Georgia Tech physicist Alberto Fernandez-Nieves. David Hu, Scientific American, "The Physics of Poop," 6 May 2017

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First Known Use of rheometer

1847, in the meaning defined above

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rheometer

noun
rhe·​om·​e·​ter | \rē-ˈäm-ət-ər \

Medical Definition of rheometer 

: an instrument for measuring flow (as of viscous substances)

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