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turbidimeter

[‚tər·bə′dim·əd·ər]
(optics)
A device that measures the loss in intensity of a light beam as it passes through a solution with particles large enough to scatter the light.

turbidimeter

An apparatus for the measurement of particle-size distribution of a finely divided material such as portland cement, based on successive measurements of the turbidity of a suspension in a fluid.
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An improved turbidimetric procedure for the determination of sulphate in plants and soils.
Fluorescein exhibits a broad absorption peak at 495 nm (1); urine total protein is measured at 505 nm with the turbidimetric assay.
Complement activation by the samples was determined by the turbidimetric method, assessing the depletion of complement protein C3 on incubation with the samples in blood.
Total nitrogen was determined by the micro-Kjeldahl method, phosphorus and boron determined with the spectrophotometric molybdovanadate method, potassium was determined by flame photometry, magnesium, calcium, manganese, nickel and chromium determined by atomic absorption spectrophotometric method, and sulfur determined by turbidimetric method.
In this work an infrared turbidimetric titration method is described for the determination of sulfate ions in brackish water.
Vancomycin was measured with a particle enhanced turbidimetric inhibition immunoassay: free vancomycin in the serum competes with particle-bound vancomycin for drug-specific antibody binding sites, thereby inhibiting antibody-mediated particle aggregation.
Concentration of high sensitive C-reactive protein was determined by a highly sensitive particle-enhanced turbidimetric immunoassay method with latex amplification using "Daytona" (RANDOX, UK).
The emulsifying activity index (EAI) and emulsion stability (ES) were determined by the turbidimetric method of Pearce and Kinsella (1978).
Level of immunoglobulin A (IgA) in the serum was determined by commercially available turbidimetric immunoassay kit from AMP Diagnostics (Austria) and test was performed according to the instructions of manufacturer (BioRad).
This PLAC Test product format, based on turbidimetric immunoassay (TIA) technology, is designed to run on most clinical chemistry analysers, significantly expanding the number of clinical labs and physician offices that are able to offer the PLAC Test.