autoanalyzer

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au·to·an·a·lyz·er

(aw'tō-an'ă-līz-er),
An instrument capable of conducting analyses automatically; commonly used in chemical analyses.
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Prior positions include president-Patient Monitoring Division and CFO of Datascope Inc.; VP of the New York Blood Center and GM of its Melville Biologics Division; and VP/GM of Diagnostic Systems Division, Technicon Instruments Corp.
Samples were analyzed for dissolved nitrate plus nitrite nitrogen (N[O.sub.3]+N[O.sub.2]-N) concentrations using a Technicon Autoanalyzer IIC (Technicon Instruments Corp., Tarrytown, New York) and colorimetric methods published by Technicon Industrial Systems (1973).
- The dried Ammophila breviligulata and Spartina patens samples were ground in a Wiley mill to 40 mesh size, acid-digested and analyzed colorimetrically on a Scientific Instruments AP-200 autoanalyzer using the molybdate blue method for phosphorus and the total Kjeldahl method for nitrogen (Technicon Instruments, 1977).
Blood Center and general manager of its Melville Biologics Division, and as vice president and general manager of the Diagnostic Systems Division for Technicon Instruments Corp.
Samples were analyzed for dissolved nitrate plus nitrite nitrogen ([NO.sub.3] + [NO.sub.2]-N) concentrations using a Technicon Autoanalyzer IIC (Technicon Instruments Corp., Tarrytown, New York) and colorimetric methods published by Technicon Industrial Systems (1973).