colorimetric analysis


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colorimetric analysis

1. Analysis by adsorption of a compound and the identification of its components by color.
2. Analysis of the amount of a substance present in a sample, based on the amount of light absorbed by the substance (or a derivative of the substance). See: Beer's law; spectrophotometry
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