UV Visible Spectroscopy Instrumentation for Research
Edinburgh Instruments DS5 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer is a high performance dual beam instrument suitable for many analytical applications where accuracy and precision measurements are key to your results.
Developed and designed in the UK, the DS5 measure absorption and transmission as a function of wavelength and provides a modern, user-friendly and accurate spectrophotometer for a wide range of sample types and measurements.
In this article we take a look at the sample accessories which can be used with our UV Visible Spectroscopy Instrumentation:
Standard Cell Holder
The standard cell holder is 2-position and holds traditional 10 mm path length cells. A micro-volume cell holder option for 50 μl cells is also available.
Long Path Cell Holder
Designed for low concentrations or absorbance, the long path cell holder holds two rectangular cells with an optical path length of 10 mm to 100 mm.
Glass Filter Holder
Designed for measuring the transmittance/absorbance of glass samples or filters. Sample dimensions up to 55 mm x 100 mm with 5 mm thickness can be accepted.
Designed for measuring the transmittance/absorbance of thin-film samples. Sample dimensions up to 25 mm x 50 mm can be measured.
Standard Cell Holder – Thermostatic
Designed for incubation or temperature stabilisation from room temperature to ±40°C . Temperature stability ±0.3°C.
6-Position Cell Holder
Mount up to 6 standard 10 mm path length cells with auto-changeover of sample. A temperature controlled version is also available.
Designed for rapid and automatic measurement of multiple or large amounts of liquid sample without changing cells. A temperature controlled version is also available.
Micro Flow Cell
Designed for continuous measurement of trace samples. Flow cell capacity of 70 μl, 10 mm path length with Teflon tubing.
UV Visible Spectroscopy Instrumentation
To find out more about our DS5 or for more information please contact one of our sales team. They’ll be pleased to discuss your UV-Visible Spectroscopy Instrumentation requirements.
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