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cuvette

 [ku-vet´] (Fr.)
a glass container generally having well-defined characteristics (dimensions, optical properties), used to contain solutions or suspensions for study.

cu·vet

, cuvette (kū-vet'),
A small container or cup in which solutions are placed for photometric analysis.

cuvette

/cu·vette/ (ku-vet´) [Fr.] a glass container generally having well-defined characteristics (dimensions, optical properties), to contain solutions or suspensions for study.

cuvette

[kyo̅o̅vet′]
Etymology: Fr, cuva, tub
a small transparent tube or container with specific optical properties. The chemical composition of the container determines the vessel's use, such as Pyrex glass for examining materials in the visible spectrum or silica for those in the ultraviolet range. It is used in laboratory research and analyses, such as photometric evaluations, colorimetric determinations, and turbidity studies.

cuvette

[Fr.] a glass container generally having well-defined characteristics (dimensions, optical properties), to contain solutions or suspensions for study.
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L'eau monta instantanement dans le puits, deborda envahit toute la cuvette et noya Tghouda et son amant Said.
The plasma glucose concentration in the cuvette was increased through the infusion of high-glucose (44 mmol/L) stock plasma at a rate of 78.
Measuring technique in transmission mode focuses on detection of IR ray passing through the liquid sample placed in a cuvette (see Fig.
Once you have the SpectroVis Plus ready to go, all you have to do is insert a cuvette into the cuvette holder and click on OKAY to collect data.
Clearly the emitted tryptophan fluorescence will reduce the observed tryptophan absorbance measured inside the IS because the IS detector will not distinguish between photons transmitted through the cuvette and photons emitted by the solution inside the IS.
The light source has an integrated cuvette holder with 1 cm pathlength and a versatile chromium-plated reflective insert that increases the output for fluorescence, holds the cuvette securely in place and can be adjusted through 90ae to block the light path for dark measurements.
By contrast, the small cluster of cases diagnosed in Cuvette Department in northeastern Congo seems to be isolated from other areas where the disease is known to be endemic.
An ordinary glass cuvette provides the adsorption substrate for our experiments and we exploit the ability of acetone to quantitatively remove the adsorbed species.
Deux cageots pleins recouverts de feuilles de roseaux, une cuvette remplie d'eau et un couteau ainsi que des sacs en plastique, voila l'attirail de Said.
The second half also benefited from the growing contribution of HemoPoint H2 instruments and cuvette sales through its distribution business Alere in the US.
A new low volume disposable polystyrene cuvette for the Malvern Zetasizer Nano S and ZS particle characterization systems enables the size measurement of as little as 40 microlitres of sample.