turbidimetry


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tur·bi·dim·e·ter

 (tûr′bĭ-dĭm′ĭ-tər)
n.
An instrument for measuring the loss in intensity of a light beam through a solution that contains suspended particulate matter.

tur′bi·di·met′ric (-də-mĕt′rĭk) adj.
tur′bi·di·met′ri·cal·ly adv.
tur′bi·dim′e·try n.
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turbidimetry

(ˌtɜːbɪˈdɪmɪtrɪ)
n
the process or science of measuring the turbidity of a liquid, or the skill of using of a turbidimeter
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turbidimetry

the measurement of the turbidity of water or other fluids, as with a turbidimeter. — turbidimetric, adj.
See also: Water
the measurement of the turbidity of water or other fluids, as with a turbidimeter. — turbidimetric, adj.
See also: Measurement
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Calcium and magnesium concentrations were determined using atomic absorption spectrophotometry, and sulfur concentration was determined by turbidimetry with barium chloride (Sarruge and Haag 1974).
Percent TS was calculated by total Iron/TIBCx100, CRP was measured by Turbidimetry method by BTA(r) 1500 biotechnica Instrument.
Platelet aggregation rate (PAR) was measured by turbidimetry. The incidence of adverse reactions was compared between the two groups.
For cell quality management, microscopic morphological evaluation, spectrometry, turbidimetry or monitoring of medium color change by cell culture technician have been typically used.
It was discovered that, the development of all the bacterial growth diminished with increasing metal concentration and the growth of each dilution were maintained in three replicates for three times and O.D was measured in turbidimetry at 620 nm and results were tabulated (Table 3, 4and 5)
Nitricperchloric extract was used for the other elements: phosphorus (colorimetry), potassium and sodium (flame photometry), calcium and magnesium (atomic absorption), and sulfur (turbidimetry).
Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) was determined by immune turbidimetry using a modular P800 analyser (Roche Diagnostics, Basel, Switzerland).
Furthermore, LAMP assays also allow the quantification of the template DNA by real-time turbidimetry (Mori et al., 2004) (Figure 2A).
Perpendicular drop of M-spike only (including area 521 77.3 below the spike) Tangent skimming of M-spike only (not including 61 9.1 underlying polyclonal immunoglobulin) Quantitative Ig class (nephelometry or turbidimetry) 42 6.2 Serum free light-chain ratio 13 1.9 Heavy/light chains (nephelometry or turbidimetry) 9 1.3 Other 28 4.2 Total 674 Quantitation not performed (a) 65 NA D.
The following physicochemical variables were measured: Secchi transparency (m), pH (units of pH), conductivity (uS.[cm.sup.-1]) and temperature (T[degrees]C) with specific electrodes; turbidity (NTU) with Hach turbidimetry, dissolved oxygen (mg/L) for Winkler titration; nutrients with spectrophotometric techniques of the APHA (2005); nitrate (N-N[O.sub.3.sup.-]/L) for cadmium reduction method; total phosphate (PT/L) and soluble phosphate (P-P[O.sub.4.sup.3-]/L) for ammonium persulfate and ascorbic acid methods; chlorophyll-a corrected for phaeophytins with 90 % acetone extraction (Wetzel & Likens, 1991) and phytoplankton density (ind./mL) with the Utermohl technique (1958).