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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.