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High Absorbance Scanning with the PerkinElmer LAMBDA 850+ UV/Vis and LAMBDA 1050+ UV/Vis/NIR Spectrophotometers

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Author: Frank Padera
Monday, October 4, 2021
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This application note describes the procedure for high absorbance scanning with the reference grade PerkinElmer LAMBDA™ 850+ UV/Vis and LAMBDA 1050+ UV/Vis/NIR double monochromator spectrophotometers.

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