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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.
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Square One accommodates 1cm pathlength plastic or quartz cuvettes. Its built-in mirror optimises signal reflection for fluorescence, while two filter slots accept both 12.5 and 25mm diameter optical filters.
However, the choice of a 10 ns pulse, due to its frequency content (first lobe at around 80-100 MHz depending on the rise and fall times), allows comfortably selecting the cuvette as applicator, even if the matching conditions of the structure need to be evaluated.
Measurements were made in the cuvette holder that was temperature controlled at 22 [degrees]C ([+ or -] 0.05 [degrees]C), except when temperature-dependent measurements were made at the specified temperatures.
High quality spectrophotometry glass cuvette is used to hold a material under test.
In the measurements with the feed of air or of nitrogen dioxide gas is fed directly into the open cuvette to the middle of height at a rate of 2 l/h.
La jeune fille arrivait en transpiration dans l'almou de la cuvette. Elle avait soif.
In classical fluorometers, a rectangular plastic cuvette contains the samples (e.g., cellular or artificial vesicles suspensions).
The second half also benefited from the growing contribution of HemoPoint H2 instruments and cuvette sales through its distribution business Alere in the US.
In v/v method, 1 mL of both R1 and R2 are put in the blank, calibrator and sample cuvettes. Then we add 20 uL of calibrator in the calibrator cuvette while 20 uL of sample in the sample cuvette.
The cuvettes are square and are beveled on two sides so that there is no problem with aligning the cuvette correctly.