Helium Pycnometer

Short Description
A helium pycnometer is a laboratory device used for measuring the density — or more accurately the volume — of solids, be they regularly shaped, porous or non-porous, monolithic, powdered, granular or in some way comminuted, employing some method of gas displacement[1][2][3] and the volume:pressure relationship known as Boyle's Law.
Long Description

A helium pycnometer is a laboratory device used for measuring the density — or more accurately the volume — of solids, be they regularly shaped, porous or non-porous, monolithic, powdered, granular or in some way comminuted, employing some method of gas displacement[1][2][3] and the volume:pressure relationship known as Boyle's Law. A helium pycnometer is a laboratory device used for measuring the density — or more accurately the volume — of solids, be they regularly shaped, porous or non-porous, monolithic, powdered, granular or in some way comminuted, employing some method of gas displacement[1][2][3] and the volume:pressure relationship known as Boyle's Law. A helium pycnometer is a laboratory device used for measuring the density — or more accurately the volume — of solids, be they regularly shaped, porous or non-porous, monolithic, powdered, granular or in some way comminuted, employing some method of gas displacement[1][2][3] and the volume:pressure relationship known as Boyle's Law. A helium pycnometer is a laboratory device used for measuring the density — or more accurately the volume — of solids, be they regularly shaped, porous or non-porous, monolithic, powdered, granular or in some way comminuted, employing some method of gas displacement[1][2][3] and the volume:pressure relationship known as Boyle's Law.