Spectrofluorometer with Cryostat
Mar 2015Edinburgh Instruments Ltd., PhotonicsRequest Info
LIVINGSTON, Scotland, March 13, 2015 — Edinburgh Instruments has combined its FS5 single-photon-counting spectrofluorometer with a liquid nitrogen cryostat.
This enables users to measure the spectral properties of a sample from 77 to 500 K, such as in phosphorescence or delayed fluorescence measurements where samples are sometimes frozen at liquid nitrogen temperatures in order to preserve the fragile triplet state.
The system enables automated 3-D measurements in order to produce temperature-dependent maps of excitation, emission, synchronous scans and phosphorescence and fluorescence decays.
It can measure samples of different states, including solid crystals, thin films, powders and liquids using a variety of sample holders.