Refractometers

Refractometers (3)

Refractometry is an analytical method based on the measurement of the refractive index (or index of refraction). Refractive index is a characteristic property of the substance, and its knowledge allows the identification of the substance or may be a criterion to assess its purity. On the basis of the refractive index we can determine the molar refraction, which is constant for a given compound. For measuring the refractive index we use optical instruments called refractometers. Most often they are simple Abbe refractometers with ocular equipped with a scale for reading or much more advanced digital automatic refractometers, with very good accuracy and reproducibility of the results.

Refractometers of series A is an advanced and fully professional, automatic laboratory refractometers equipped with a high-resolution CCD detector. Provide accurate and precise measurements and high repeatability of the results…
Refractometer WYA 2W is a laboratory Abbe refractometer with two oculars, allowing a 22-fold magnification of the sample. It can be used to measure the refractive index - the index…
The refractometer WYA is a classic Abbe refractometer with one ocular. It can be used to measure the refractive index - the index of refraction and the concentration of sugar…
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