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Old Jan 4th 2009, 10:17 AM   #1
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How do refractometers work?

Could anyone explain to me how Abbe and Pulfrich refractometers work?
They are such specific types of instrument I haven't been able to find any information detailed enough on the internet or in books.
Does anyone know details on how they work, differences between them or a website or book which explains about them?
Contact details of an organisation/ person who might know would also be greatly appreciated!
Any information would be useful - thank you in advance.
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Old Jan 6th 2009, 10:52 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Parthenope View Post
Could anyone explain to me how Abbe and Pulfrich refractometers work?
They are such specific types of instrument I haven't been able to find any information detailed enough on the internet or in books.
Does anyone know details on how they work, differences between them or a website or book which explains about them?
Contact details of an organisation/ person who might know would also be greatly appreciated!
Any information would be useful - thank you in advance.
Abbe refractometer
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Pulfrich refractometer
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