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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

The refraction makes you see underwater objects with a special “cross-eyed effect”. How works this curious “kink-thing” with the refractive index and refractometers?  How do refractometers provide information about the sugar content in drinks? How refractometers determine purity and concentration of ingredients.

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Polarimetry

Certain substances turn the plane of polarized light. How can a polarimeter measure the angle of rotation or determine the concentration of the substance? How are polarimeters and their automated applications used for standards-compliant measurement methods?

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Density Measurement

The individual vibration frequency and the density of a solution are related. How does specific density affect vibration frequencies? What is digital density measurement using the oscillating U-tube principle? How can density meters be used to assess quality, purity and concentrations?

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Gas analysis

The earth surrounds a shell of gases - the protective atmosphere. Such protection is also used in the food industry, in modified atmosphere packaging (MAP). How does quality assurance use the possibility of Modified Atmospheric Tester (MAT) for their processes?

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Microscopy

Make the hidden cosmos visible in front of our eyes. How do light microscopes open our eyes to a new world? What is dark field microscopy or phase contrast microscopy? What is the difference between monocular microscopes, binocular microscopes and stereomicroscopes?

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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

In the rainbow, we see how drops of water break the light into its colored components. What does this have in common with optical spectroscopy? What is the history of spectroscopy as a group of experimental methods? What is its role in the birth of modern science?

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