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Disposable Cuvettes

Nov 2010
ALine Inc.Request Info
The SpecVette disposable cuvettes manufactured by Aline Inc. feature a short path length and fit standard spectrometers. Available in path lengths of 250, 500 and 1000 μm, they exhibit UV transparency to 220 nm. They feature an easy-to-fill pipette tip port and dual chambers. The low-volume precision cuvettes for absorbance applications offer an economical alternative to quartz cuvettes. They require only 25, 50 or 100 μl of sample solution, deliver precise path lengths to ±1%, and exhibit no parallax as found in molded cuvettes. Applications include opaque samples that produce a lot of scatter and skew the baseline, and optically dense samples that change their spectrum to be in the correct dynamic range if the sample is diluted. They also can be used to eliminate dilution errors for protein quantitation.


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