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Microplate Spectrophotometer

BioPhotonics
Sep 2010
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Molecular SpectroscopyRequest Info
 
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.’s Multiskan GO UV-VIS spectrophotometer offers free wavelength selection for 96- and 384-well plates and various types of cuvettes. It features a broad wavelength range including UV area and path-length correction, as well as fast spectral scanning, making it suitable for DNA, RNA and protein analysis. It supports endpoint, kinetic and spectral scanning assays at fast speeds. Any measurement wavelength between 200 and 1000 nm can be selected at any time with the monochromator-based optical system, which scans the complete spectrum of a sample in <10 s. The instrument can be controlled as a stand-alone unit with dedicated software for quick and simple cuvette and plate measurements, and demanding applications can be set up using the proprietary and intuitive SkanIt software.


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GLOSSARY
optical system
A group of lenses, or any combination of lenses, mirrors and prisms,  so constructed as to refract or reflect light to perform some definite optical function. 
spectrophotometer
An instrument for measuring spectral transmittance or reflectance.
spectrum
See optical spectrum; visible spectrum.
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