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Explore our campus and learn about typical applications, standards and fields of applications, sample behavior and operation, automation, calibration and adjustment, temperature control and temperature compensation. On these pages, we collected interesting facts about refractometry, polarimetry or density measurement and other measuring methods.

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Refractometry

Determination of the refractive index of liquid or solid substances for quality assurance in the laboratory

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Polarimetry

Analysis of optically active substances by determining their rotation angle

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Density Measurement

What is digital density measurement using the oscillating U-tube principle? What is density? What are the advantages of digital density measurement?

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Gas analysis

What is Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP)? What are the typical areas of application for the Modified Atmosphere Testers (MAT)?

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Microscopy

Composite light microscopes consist of two lens systems: one eyepiece toward the eye and one toward the object-side objective.

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Flame photometry

Why is the AES a reference method for alkali metals?
In which areas is flame photometry used?
Learn more about flame photometry!

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Spectroscopy

Spectroscopy plays an important role in modern analytical science and is used in applications as diverse as forensics, quality control and astronomy.

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