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col·or·i·met·ric

(kŭl'ŏr-i-met'rik),
Relating to colorimetry.

col·or·i·met·ric

(kŏl'ŏr-i-met'rik)
Relating to colorimetry.
Synonym(s): colourimetric.
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"The CADCoR team will conduct a User Assessment of the CADCoR and its ability to interpret the M256A2 sampler-detector colorimetric response.
However, the naked-eye colorimetric study shows an orange color after the addition of just one equivalent of fluoride to the receptor in which the concentration of L was different (2 mM) than that used in UV titrations (0.15 mM).
The previously reported instrumental methods and nanoparticle assay methods for the detection of [Hg.sup.2+] ions are compared in Table 3, showing that the colorimetric PEI-AuNP probe offers the lowest LOD for the determination of [Hg.sup.2+] ions in aqueous samples.
Light leakage can reduce colorimetric and photometric performance of liquid crystal displays in the dark state.
Iodixanol is formulated isotonically with blood by the addition of sodium and calcium electrolytes, which may explain the larger effect in the colorimetric assay compared to iomeprol.
A colorimetric working group from the Army technology objective team had considered three different approaches to a colorimetric capability.
The 70 prepared metallic black panels varied in total appearance, i.e., colorimetric attributes, specular gloss, and distinctness of image as well as the orange peel.
Owing to their portability, compact size and ease of use, colorimetric tests are widely used for medical monitoring, drug testing and environmental analysis.
The app, developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge, accurately measures colour-based, or colorimetric, tests for use in home, clinical or remote settings, and enables the transmission of medical data from patients directly to health professionals.
The company said further that it had also introduced its Vidia fluorescence microarray imaging system as an addition to its ampliPHOX colorimetric imaging system.
Law enforcement personnel have traditionally used colorimetric kits for presumptive identification of suspected narcotics.