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A fiber-optic ultra-micro measuring cell designed for the analysis of proteins and nucleic acids. The cell has a system of prisms and fiber optics which serve to periscope the light beam up to the sampling window and then back to the detector on the instrument. A cap which contains a small mirror is placed on top of the cell which ensures that the sample is measured at constant pathlength. The pathlength is achieved by a double pass through the sample as controlled by the cap height.
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|Maximum Temperature||35 °C|
|Minimum Temperature||15 °C|
|Product Brand Name||LAMBDA|
|Technology Type||UV/Visible (UVS)|
|Wave Length||190 nm - 1100 nm|
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The need to measure ultra micro (<5 µL) volumes of nucleic acid is common in molecular biology. Typical applications include the quantitation of template prior to sequencing, PCR quantitation and purity analysis (“260/280 ratio”).