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UV/VIS Spectrophotometer

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Analytik Jena UK’s Specord Plus, a UV/VIS spectrophotometer, offers enhanced photometric and kinetic measurements. It features a large sample compartment and delivers 1000 data points per second. Sample throughput can be sped up and measurement accuracy for temperature-dependent reactions increased with the use of sippers, flow cells and temperature-controlled cell changers. Software control featuring a host of preloaded measurement methods enables easy use of the instrument. It is suitable for life sciences, medicine, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, food and beverage, environmental, wastewater, water and textile applications.

Jan 2011

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