tasosekoittaja (chemistry)

02:07 May 11, 2018
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Finnish term or phrase: tasosekoittaja (chemistry)
What is a "tasosekoittaja" (or "tasosekoitin") in the context of a chemistry lab?

I've tried to see if "level mixer" is a term used in chem lab contexts in English, but I've found no convincing support for this so far.

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G. L.
United States
Local time: 08:38


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4 +1horizontal pan mixer
Pertti Hietaranta


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horizontal pan mixer


Explanation:
Main source: TEPA Term Bank (Finnish terminology Centre TSK)

The recommended form is actually "tasosekoitin" since instrument designations in Finnish typically end in -in whereas words ending in -aja/äjä usually denote human actors (the ones who operate the instruments).


    Reference: http://www.tsk.fi/tepa/en/search/tasosekoitin
    https://redfoxsanakirja.fi/en_US/dictionary/-/s/fin/eng/tasosekoitin
Pertti Hietaranta
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Asker: Thanks. "tasosekoittaja" (with -ja rather than -in) is the term that I found in the text I was working on, so that's how I titled the thread..


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