Research Article| Volume 26, ISSUE 2, P416-422, November 1940

An inexpensive alternating current photoelectric colorimeter

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      An inexpensive photoelectric colorimeter suitable for clinical use and designed to operate from alternating current outlets is described. Complete details of design, construction, and operation are included. Performance comparing favorably with that of commercial colorimeters can be expected. Operation is extremely simple.
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        • Morgan R.H.
        • Weinhouse S.
        An Inexpensive Portable Photoelectric Colorimeter.
        Am. J. Clin. Path. 1940; 10: 114