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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For this, she designed a research study using colorimetric analysis to correlate colour space values with carotenoid content in pumpkins and squash.
Because the clinical characteristics of SASD are very similar to those of other lysosomal storage diseases, differential diagnosis relies on detection of increased urinary sialic acid excretion by thin-layer chromatography of urine (5) and quantification by colorimetric analysis (6) or ion-exchange HPLC (7).
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A major activity of WIR is the development of improved accelerated image permanence tests and advanced, full tonal scale, colorimetric analysis methods for the fading and staining that occurs with color and black-and-white photographic images over time.