color test

color test

[′kəl·ər ‚test]
(analytical chemistry)
The quantitative analysis of a substance by comparing the intensity of the color produced in a sample by a reagent with a standard color produced similarly in a solution of known strength.
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Those not matching a listed substance were reported as unknown, and the color test isn't sensitive enough to detect minute quantities of chemicals.
8: shows the response of MSE for different image size the test image was Lena color test sample
Urologic cancer genomics company GenomeDx Biosciences reported on Friday the launch of a partnership with Color to offer its Color Test in a broad product offering across prostate cancer.
Our main outcome measure was color vision deficiency, which was determined using Ishihara color test.
Thirty years ago while watching television, pioneer of "As Seen On TV" and original Shark Tank judge Harrington grew tired of seeing the color test bars on the screen while looking for entertainment programming.
The Color Test group were referred to as such because all of the stimuli presented in the basic conditional discrimination training were black, whereas the stimuli presented during the equivalence test were colored.
The standard test for color-deficiency is known as the Ishihara Color Test.
Both MKM and Phoenix Packaging were very helpful with this process and had many color test samples sent back and forth between Germany and California before we decided on the custom gray color.
Table 3: Total color difference (AE) with blank during six month storage * Color Test Sample After production [increment of E] UWG 2.
Researchers at The Ohio State University worked with a new tool that's part of the university's Tomato Analyzer (TA) software called Color Test (CT).
50) A color test, also known as a spot test, is the method of adding a chemically reactive compound to the sample and using the resulting color as a means of determining the presence of drugs.
Be aware, though, that some foods - beets, carrots, asparagus, rhubarb, cranberries, food dyes and some nutritional supplements - also can change the color of urine, throwing off the simple color test for dehydration.