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  • Maple Syrup Color Analysis using the Shimadzu UV-2600 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer
    spectrophotometer is ideal for making accurate color measurements due to the large photometric range of 5 abs. units. Therefore, dilution is not required for highly absorbing samples such as maple syrup. Samples can be analyzed neat without further dilution. The application illustrates the use
  • APHA Color On-Line Monitoring with a ClearView TM Photometer
    To determine APHA color on-line for process control or in the lab for product release. Aproach: An Optical Solutions' PS-2-UV/VIS diode array spectrophotometer and HeaterCell TM fiber optic accessory were used to measure the visible spectra of the Pt-Co, APHA color standard in the range from 0
  • Share Your True Colors
    communication at a click Today's color quality control technology can include the ability to electronically send or receive colorimetric data--that is, the numerical values assigned to a color by a spectrophotometer or other color-measuring instrument. Additional data, such as custom pass/fail screens
  • Reflectance in Perspective
    The exchange of reflectance data among retail and branded apparel companies with their suppliers. has increased substantially over the past five years. These electronic color programs are creating a. "flatter color space" by connecting tiers of suppliers across continents via a common color
  • Coloring outside the lines
    Thanks to engineered thermoplastics and more precise color-matching technologies, designers can satisfy consumer demands with a nearly unlimited color palette. M.A. Hanna Color and Additives EDITED BY Jean M. Hoffman The PT Cruiser from Daimler-Chrysler features vibrantly colored interior trim
  • UV-VIS Spectroscopy of Tannins and Phenols in Red Wine
    Measurement of wine color and tannins involves spectroscopic analysis in the UV and visible region. The test protocols are complex and are hampered by the need make multiple wavelength measurements. A typical spectrophotometer can only make one wavelength measurement at a time. In addition

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