A computer-controlled turbidity apparatus

Nash, R. J.; Fisch, M. R.
September 1989
Review of Scientific Instruments;Sep89, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p3051
Academic Journal
A computer-controlled apparatus to measure the turbidity of optically transparent samples near second-order or nearly second-order phase transitions is described. The instrument can measure the turbidity with an accuracy of 0.001 cm[sup -1] and a precision of better than 0.5%.


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