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April 4th 11, 08:53 AM posted to rec.radio.amateur.homebrew
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hydrometer calculation

Des wrote in :
Hi I am trying to work out alcohol content. On my hydrometer at the 40
point it 6.5%. This means if it dropped to 1.000 then the alcohol
content would be 6.5%. Obviously it would not go that low. With wine
It does go below this value. I wanted to work out the alcohol content
for this but the Hydrometer does not display below 5%.

If the Starting value of the wine is 1.080 (12.8%) and it goes below
1.000 then the alcohol content would I asume be higher. Is there a
calculation that I could use. There are websites that can adjust

Erm ...

Des, this group is for "homebrewing" of radio equipment (transmitters,
receivers, amplifiers, accessories), and has nothing to do with
fermentation or fermentation products.

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Now _there's_ a signal report you don't often enter in your log...

True... most of us are too busy running away from the electric arcs
and dodging the ball lightning :-) -- Dave Platt, in r.r.a.h

#2
April 4th 11, 12:30 PM posted to rec.radio.amateur.homebrew
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hydrometer calculation

Hi I am trying to work out alcohol content. On my hydrometer at the 40
point it 6.5%. This means if it dropped to 1.000 then the alcohol
content would be 6.5%. Obviously it would not go that low. With wine
It does go below this value. I wanted to work out the alcohol content
for this but the Hydrometer does not display below 5%.

If the Starting value of the wine is 1.080 (12.8%) and it goes below
1.000 then the alcohol content would I asume be higher. Is there a
calculation that I could use. There are websites that can adjust

TIA

Desmond.
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April 5th 11, 06:42 PM posted to rec.radio.amateur.homebrew
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hydrometer calculation

i think he is trying to make vinegar not vino, cause you sure can
attract more flies with oh never mine

On Apr 4, 3:53*am, mikea wrote:
Des wrote in :

Hi I am trying to work out alcohol content. On my hydrometer at the 40
point it 6.5%. This means if it dropped to 1.000 then the alcohol
content would be 6.5%. Obviously it would not go that low. With wine
It does go below this value. I wanted to work out the alcohol content
for this but the Hydrometer does not display below 5%.

If the Starting value of the wine is 1.080 (12.8%) and it goes below
1.000 then the alcohol content would I asume be higher. Is there a
calculation that I could use. There are websites that can adjust

Erm ...

Des, this group is for "homebrewing" of radio equipment (transmitters,
receivers, amplifiers, accessories), and has nothing to do with
fermentation or fermentation products.

--

.... from S-30 to ...
Now _there's_ a signal report you don't often enter in your log...

True... most of us are too busy running away from the electric arcs
and dodging the ball lightning :-) -- Dave Platt, in r.r.a.h

#4
April 5th 11, 07:06 PM posted to rec.radio.amateur.homebrew
 external usenet poster First recorded activity by RadioBanter: Apr 2011 Posts: 1
hydrometer calculation

Des, this group is for "homebrewing" of radio equipment (transmitters,
receivers, amplifiers, accessories), and has nothing to do with
fermentation or fermentation products.

You said it better (urp) then I could. Damn (urp) drunks! Now where'd I put
that straight key...

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