photoelectric colorimeter


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photoelectric colorimeter

[¦fōd·ō·i′lek·trik ‚kəl·ə′rim·əd·ər]
(engineering)
A colorimeter that uses a phototube or photocell, a set of color filters, an amplifier, and an indicating meter for quantitative determination of color.
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Aureus in groundnut medium at various time intervals of incubation after inoculation was measured in the terms of turbidity by the photoelectric colorimeter.
For the growth kinetic study; photoelectric colorimeter was used in the present study.
The colorimetric method enables extremely accurate analysis of total iron content by using a specific wavelength filter for a photoelectric colorimeter and a special mix of two kinds of reagents.
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1940 Visual colorimeters begin to be replaced by photoelectric colorimeters in clinical labs; RCA demonstrates the first commercial electron microscope.