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Definition of Turbidimetry
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Medical Definition of Turbidimetry
1. A method for determining the concentration of a substance in a solution by the degree of cloudiness or turbidity it causes or by the degree of clarification it induces in a turbid solution. Origin: turbidity + G. Metron, measure (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Turbidimetry
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1. A Treatise on Quantitative Inorganic Analysis: With Special Reference to the by Joseph William Mellor (1913)
"COLORIMETRY AND turbidimetry. § 38. Colorimetric Methods of Analysis—Colorimetry. COLORIMETRIC methods for the determination of small quantities of a ..."
2. The Aeroplane: A Concise Scientific Sudy by Arthur Fage (1915)
"Colorimetry and turbidimetry.—Filtration and Washing.—Heating and Drying.—Pulverisation and Grinding.—Sampling.—The Reagents. PABT II. ..."
3. Report of the Commission on Additional Water Supply for the City of New York by William Hubert Burr (1904)
"Experiments made to combine some of the methods of turbidimetry with those of elutriation give promise of important results. Many experiments were made to ..."
4. International Inventory of Automated Databases in the Geosciences edited by K. D. Gunderson (1996)
"... E-SPEC (Emission Spectrometry), F-SPEC (Fluorescence Spectrometry), M-SPEC (Mass Spectrometry), AA (Atomic Absorption), turbidimetry, and colorimetry. ..."
5. Scientific papers of the Bureau of Standards by National Bureau of Standards, United States (1920)
"Of course, this is not required in turbidimetry, where the precision is limited by other than photometric factors. The photometer readings are most accurate ..."
6. Magnetic Testing of Straight Rods in Intense Fields by Walter Lynn Cheney (1920)
"turbidimetry OF WATER Natural waters are almost always found to have foreign matter in suspension. The suspended matter is usually silt and clay abraded ..."