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Colorimetry measures the quantity of absorbed light nephelomery measures the quantity of reflected light. Nephelometry posses certain advantages not to be found in other quantitative methods. The average worker is accustomed in most cases to estimating relatively large amounts of substances by gravimetric means, the limitations of which are well known. Insolubility, knowledge of composition, purity, rapid filtration, accurate weighing, constancy of ignition--many of these are sometimes difficult in practice to attain. Nephelometric determinations often may be carried out without the necessity of accomplishing the above.
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South Dakota State University
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Kinsley, Charles A., "A Nephelometric Study of Silver Bromide Sols" (1941). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 2133.