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.

turbidimetry

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

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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A device for determining the degree of turbidity of liquids by the method of relative turbidimetry
Pojasok T, Kay BD (1990) Assessment of a combination of wet sieving and turbidimetry to characterize the structural stability of moist aggregates.
Nitrogen was determined by the semimicro-Kjeldahl method, phosphorus and boron by colorimetric methods, sulphur by turbidimetry, potassium by flame and emission photometry, and calcium, magnesium, copper, iron, manganese and zinc were determined by the atomic absorption spectrophotometry method.
The agglutination of the latex particles is proportional to the CRP concentration and can be measured by turbidimetry in the analyzer A25 (Biosystems S.
In the same extract, potassium (K) was determined by flame photometry, sulfur (S) by sulfate turbidimetry (Jackson, 1958); and calcium analyses (Ca), magnesium (Mg), by atomic-absorption spectroscopy.
Nine automated methods were evaluated: 4 particle-enhanced nephelemetry immunoassay: Siemens on BN II, ProSpec, and Vista (Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, Marburg, Germany), and Dako reagents (DakoCytomation, Glostrup, Denmark) on Beckman Immage (Beckman Coulter, Fullerton, California); and 5 particle-enhanced turbidimetry immunoassays: Thermo Fisher on KoneLab (Thermo Fisher Scientific, Passau, Germany), Dako reagents on ARCHITECT (Abbott Laboratories, Abbott Park, Illinois), Dako reagents on Olympus AU2700 (Olympus, Rungis, France), Gentian (Gentian, Moss, Norway) reagents on ARCHITECT, and Roche Tina-quant on the Modular analyzer (Roche Diagnostics, Mannheim, Germany).
The immunoglobulin concentrations in the plasma, the colostrum and milk were assessed by immune turbidimetry using immunoglobulin-specific kits (Sanwei Biological Engineering Company Limited, Shandong, China).