cuvet


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cu·vet

, cuvette (kū-vet'),
A small container or cup in which solutions are placed for photometric analysis.
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A part of the aqueous clear color solution was then transferred into cuvet for absorbance measurement at 532 nm using the UV-vis spectrophotometer (UV mini 1240, Shimadzu Co.
of serum and, using an automatic cuvet positioner and recorder as well as an automatic diluter, more than 60 determinations can be carried out in 1 hr.
It measures temperature in soil, cuvets, test tubes, food products, incubators, petroleum hydrocarbons, and virtually all lab tests.
Control Company's new Traceable[R] Long-Stem Thermometer is the perfect size to fit into flasks, cuvets, test tubes, and beakers.
On the other hand, some citations describe the analytical steps in a very detailed fashion--including the technique of washing cuvets.
Some of the newer analyzers use continuously washed reusable cuvets rather than disposable ones.