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Fluorescence, Absorbance Spectrometer

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Horiba Duetta - Fluorescence and Absorbance SpectrometerThe Duetta two-in-one fluorescence and UV-VIS absorbance spectrometer from Horiba Scientific eliminates the need for multiple scanning instruments.

In addition to traditional fluorescence and absorbance spectroscopy modalities, the Duetta features simultaneous Absorbance-Transmittance Fluorescence Excitation Emission Matrices (A-TEEM), providing better molecular fingerprinting and extended dynamic range due to automatic inner filter effect corrections. A standard fluorescence emission wavelength range of 250 to 1100 nm is featured.

Its ultrafast CCD quickly acquires an entire fluorescence spectrum. With an effective scan speed of 510,000 nm/min, Duetta can acquire an entire 3D excitation emission matrix in <1 s, significantly faster than a scanning, photomultiplier tube-based, benchtop spectrofluorometer.

Apr 2018

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