Cuvette

A cuvette is a small tube of circular or square cross section, sealed at one end, made of plastic, glass, or fused quartz (for UV light) and designed to hold samples for spectroscopic experiments. Disposable plastic cuvettes are often used in fast spectroscopic assays, where speed is more important than high accuracy. Some cuvettes will be clear o...
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Cuvette

• (n.) A cunette. • (n.) A small vessel with at least two flat and transparent sides, used to hold a liquid sample to be analysed in the light path of a spectrometer. • (n.) A pot, bucket, or basin, in which molten plate glass is carried from the melting pot to the casting table.
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cuvette

<apparatus> A transparent or translucent box-shaped container with precisely-measured dimensions for holding liquid samples to be put into a spectrophotometer. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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cuvette

(from the article `Congo River`) The central part of the Congo basin—often called the cuvette (literally, `saucer,` or `shallow bowl`)—is an immense depression containing Quaternary ...
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cuvette

(ku-vet´) a glass container generally having well-defined characteristics (dimensions, optical properties), used to contain solutions or suspensions for study.
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Cuvette

Cu·vette' noun [ French, dim. of cuve a tub.] 1. A pot, bucket, or basin, in which molten plate glass is carried from the melting pot to the casting table. 2. (Fort.) A cunette.
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Cuvette

A raised relief carved into a gemstone in a concavedepression.
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Cuvette

former région of northern Congo (Brazzaville), west-central Africa. Since 1997 it has been divided into two régions: East Cuvette (Cuvette Est), ...
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cuvette

shallow dish for holding liquids
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Cuvette

The hinged inner back cover of a 19th-century Swiss or French watch, pierced with holes for winding and setting (if the watch is key-wound) and often engraved with the maker's name, number, type of escapement and number of jewels. Some people also use the name for the removable dust-cap of an Englis
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