- n. Plural form of refractometer.
“A leading practitioner of molecular gastronomy, Mr. Achatz has produced a cookbook as inconvenient and expensive as the semi-industrial equipment required to manufacture most of his dishes: refractometers, thermocirculators and Cryovac vacuum sealers.”
“In the back, you will find deadly serious essays on such matters as the effect of heat on meat protein or "ice cream science," by himself and his entourage of university food scientists along with detailed rundowns on new kitchen tools such as refractometers.”
“The application also includes quick brewing calculators for beer colour, bitterness, specific gravity corrections, mash calculations, refractometers and pitching rate that continue to function after the demo period has finished.”
“On-stand highlights include ultra-rapid halogen analysers, titrators and refractometers.”
“Immersion circulators, rotary vacuum evaporator, Anti-Griddle, Smoking Gun hand-held smoker, chamber vacuum sealer, Blendtec and Dynamic blenders, digital scales and refractometers, Robot”
“Simple syrup is used to balance acid in many cocktails, so several curious bar types have purchased refractometers and pH meters to measure exact levels of each.”
“Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) September 6, 2008 -- MISCO introduces a new line of handheld digital refractometers designed specifically for state and federal inspectors responsible for the measurement and grading of honey.”
“MISCO designs, manufacturers and sells a variety of refractometers, including: digital bench-top laboratory refractometers, inline process control refractometers, digital handheld refractometers, and traditional handheld instruments.”
“MISCO introduces a new line of handheld digital refractometers designed specifically for state and federal inspectors responsible for the measurement and grading of honey.”
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