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Manual of Petroleum
Measurement Standards
Chapter 9—Density Determination

SECOND EDITION, DECEMBER 2002
REAFFIRMED, OCTOBER 2005

Copyright American Petroleum Institute
Reproduced by IHS under license with API
No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS

Not for Resale

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Section 1—Standard Test Method for Density,
RelativeDensity (Specific Gravity),
or API Gravity of Crude Petroleum
and Liquid Petroleum Products by
Hydrometer Method

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Copyright American Petroleum Institute
Reproduced by IHS under license with API
No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS

Not for Resale

Manual of Petroleum
Measurement Standards
Chapter 9—Density DeterminationSection 1—Standard Test Method for Density,
Relative Density (Specific Gravity),
or API Gravity of Crude Petroleum
and Liquid Petroleum Products by
Hydrometer Method

Measurement Coordination
SECOND EDITION, DECEMBER 2002
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Copyright American Petroleum Institute
Reproduced by IHS under license with API
No reproduction or networking permitted withoutlicense from IHS

Not for Resale

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