- Elemental Analysis
A spectrophotometer measures sample compositions and concentrations as a function of the color intensity, or more specifically, the wavelength of light absorbed by the analyte. UV/Vis spectroscopy is routinely used in the quantitative determination of solutions of transition metals and highly conjugated organic compounds. Using Beer’s law, information about sample concentration can be determined from the absorbance and information about sample composition and contaminants can be determined by the specific wavelengths at which the analyte absorbs UV or visible light. A sample is placed in the spectrophotometer and ultraviolet or visible light at a certain wavelength, or range of wavelengths, is transmitted through the sample. The spectrophotometer measures how much light is absorbed by the sample and produces a report for the user.
Features and Benefits:
- Simple operation
- High reproducibility
- Cost effective analytical solutions
- Wide range of wavelengths
- Power interruption protection
- Choice of accessories for greater flexibility
- Interface with a printer for printed reports
- Great for industrial quality control, water analysis, and educational purposes
UV/Vis 230 Spectrophotometer
Vis 130 Spectrophotometers
The Vis130 is an intelligent visible spectrophotometer that is well suited to the qualitative and quantitative analysis required by today’s laboratories. Operating over a wavelength range of 320 – 1100 nm with a 2nm bandwidth., the instrument provides extraordinary flexibility and high resolution at an exceptional price.
UV Vis 230 Spectrophotometers
The UVVis 230 is an intelligent ultra-violet/visible spectrophotometer that is well suited to the qualitative and quantitative analyses required by today’s laboratories. Operating over a wavelength range of 190 – 1100nm with a 5nm bandwidth, the instrument provides extraordinary flexibility and high resolution at an exceptional price. It features a standard printer port for hard copy. The UV-Vis 230 Spectrophotometer has the attractive features of simple operation and high reproducibility, yet provides a cost effective analytical solution.