I'm interested in sharing out an activity on comparing two samples -- a "control" of distilled water and a sample of, say, river water -- to determine the opacity or #turbidity of the sample. I'm guessing the difference in color will be pretty minor, and may not be very easy to measure, so what's the best way to do this with:
Yes it is possible to redesign it for two cuvette at one time would just need to widen the area toward the spectrometer and double the area on the top. If you like I could here in the next week get started on a mod version.I'm curious what would be your need to examine two cuvettes at one time?
This can be a helpful way to get the same exposure for two samples at once, which can be important when using a less-controlled camera like a webcam. That way you're not worried that the exposure settings would be different -- as long as the light is hitting both sample containers identically!
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We had an old idea for this a ways back -- posted below. But yours connects so beautifully to the spectrometer, it's a great improvement!