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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.
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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 dynamic emulsification experimental procedures were as follows: 1.) Prepare 50 ml of a specified concentration of surfactant solution and dehydrated crude oil which were mixed according to the volume ratio of 1:1; 2.) put the mixed materials into mulsers one with a low frequency vibration condition and the other one without a low frequency vibration condition; 3.)after 15 minutes emulsification, took a drop from each emulsion under the two conditions and quickly put them onto glass slides under the optical electron microscope in order to observe the morphology of the emulsion; At the same time took 30ml of the emulsions under the above two conditions, respectively to put them into two colorimetrical cylinders.
Fig 6 shows the emulsion state of two colorimetrical cylinders in the right direction of ray under low frequency vibration processing and without low frequency vibration processing at a certain time.