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colorimeter

[‚kəl·ə′rim·əd·ər]
(analytical chemistry)
A device for measuring concentration of a known constituent in solution by comparison with colors of a few solutions of known concentration of that constituent. Also known as chromometer.
(optics)
An instrument that measures color by determining the intensities of the three primary colors that will give that color.

colorimeter

A device that measures the red, green and blue values of color. See colorimetry and color calibration. Contrast with densitometer.
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The WaterPOINT 870 with turbidity/color and colorimetric testing capabilities will be available in October 2006.
In contrast, as expected all three reference steroid formulations showed significant blanching effects by visual score (AUC), and colorimetric measurements (delta L, a measure of skin brightness and delta a, a measure of skin redness).
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Technologies range from easy-to-use colorimetric strips to state-of-the-art laboratory analytical equipment.
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The app, developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge, accurately measures colour-based, or colorimetric, tests for use in home, clinical or remote settings, and enables the transmission of medical data from patients directly to health professionals.
1 nM dihydrotestosterone (DHT), and the inhibition of cell growth was measured by WST-1 colorimetric assay after a 4 day exposure.
College London) describe methods and algorithms for actually computing colorimetric parameters and for carrying out applications such as characterizing devices, transformations between color spaces, and computing various indices such as color differences.
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6 ppb were detectable using colorimetric and resonance scattering assays.
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