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By which instrument purity of milk is measured?

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By which instrument purity of milk is measured?
posted May 5, 2016 by anonymous

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A lactometer

It is an instrument that is used to check for the purity of milk by measuring its density. An instrument to find out the content of the water in the milk or to test the richness of the milk is thus termed as 'lactometers'. The lactometer works on the principle of gravity of milk.

answer May 5, 2016 by Amit Kumar Pandey
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