[ UK /ɹɪfɹɐktˈɒmɪtɐ/ ]
- measuring instrument for measuring the refractive index of a substance
How To Use refractometer In A Sentence
- Nonetheless, the refractometer is a great tool, and I'm thinking about getting one. Other Kitchens
- In its simplest form, grape sampling might consist of selecting some berries haphazardly from the vineyard and expressing juice into a refractometer to measure sugar content.
- The refractometer measures the refractive index of the total soluble solids.
- In order to determine the harvest date, both the vineyard manager and the winemaker take many samples a day from throughout the vineyard: He will pick a berry and put it in a device called the refractometer, which tells the sugar levels. A Year of Wine
- A refractometer, which is a telescope-looking contraption that uses a speck of the fruit's juice to measure the Brix. Serious Eats
- Discerning the difference between a gas and liquid thus requires a refractometer that can measure slight differences between critical angles and reflection intensities.
- For most gemstones the refractive index can be measured with a gemmologist's refractometer, but the refractive indices of diamond, some zircons, and certain other gem materials are too high to be measured with most of these instruments.
- A leading practitioner of molecular gastronomy, Mr. Achatz has produced a cookbook as inconvenient and expensive as the semi-industrial equipment required to manufacture most of his dishes: refractometers, thermocirculators and Cryovac vacuum sealers. A Recipe for Escapism
- Preventive maintenance must be performed on all equipment related to the urinalysis including analyzers, pipettors, refrigerators, microscopes and refractometers.
- The eluents were analysed with a differential refractometer and the peak areas were integrated by a Spectra Physics 4290 integrator.