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Ag8n "Thanks! Give me a couple of days and I'll email you a more detailed description. The help is appreciated! " | Read more » almost 5 years ago
Ag8n "A partial answer. Each block of analyzers is heated to 37.0 C . They do not use a spectrometer. Instead, each cell in the analyzers has a led (a..." | Read more » almost 5 years ago
Ag8n "In the lab where both epa and fda testing was done, we always used the turbidity meter. We used color comparison tubes, too, just not for turbidit..." | Read more » almost 5 years ago
Ag8n "Google " epa method 180.1 determination of turbidity... ". It's dated August of 1993. Should get you started. " | Read more » about 5 years ago
Ag8n "Google epa method 180.1 turbidity by nephlometry. It's dated augu " | Read more » about 5 years ago
Ag8n "I've seen a bunch of different things used, but cuvette s are most common. " | Read more » about 5 years ago
Ag8n "If you are looking for 1 cm x 1 cm cuvettes , they should be transparent on all four sides. This way, they can be used for both turbidimeters and ..." | Read more » about 5 years ago
Ag8n "The current epa method for turbidity, with standard prep, is at: Https://epa.gov/sites/production/files//2015-08/documents/method_180-1_1993.pdf ..." | Read more » about 5 years ago
Ag8n "Absolutely correct. The fluorescence spectrometer is the same layout as for the basic turbidimeter. The standards are a bit of a pain, but quite ..." | Read more » about 5 years ago
Ag8n "Very interesting article. Thank you for posting it. Could you give more details on the turbidimeter you have developed? Regards " | Read more » about 5 years ago
Ag8n "By definition, turbidity measures the amount of light scattered at a 90 angle. So there would have to be a change in the optical layout from the ..." | Read more » about 5 years ago