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The measurement of the turbidity (cloudiness) of a liquid. Nephalometers generally have a light source (often a laser) and a detector to measure the amount of light scattered by suspended particles. They are used in a number of fields including water quality control and blood analysis (for protein content).

Subjects: Chemistry.

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