Analytical Chemistry: Spectroscopy

The emergence of the various types of spectroscopy as enabling technologies to establish chemical composition, appearance, and identification in a variety of material types has prompted a dramatic expansion in the use, development, and adoption of spectroscopic techniques in academia and commercial fields.

VWR can provide the necessary instruments, chemicals and equipment for all your spectroscopy applications.

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Spectroscopy Redefined: Enlighten your lab with UV/VIS from METTLER TOLEDO!

How will the UV5 Spectrophotometer change the way you think about Spectroscopy?

  • It's Compact: the UV5 offers a strikingly small footprint, it can fit on a standard sheet of paper
  • It's Fast: forget about time waiting for a bulb to warm up, the UV5 completes full scan measurements within seconds
  • It's Simple: with its intuitive One Click operation, it's now easier than ever to streamline your daily procedures.
  • It's Secure: it has the ability to connect to LabX software, so recording results is simple and accuracy is guaranteed

For these reasons and many more, the UV5 Spectrophotometer will change your thoughts about Spectroscopy!

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VWR® Double Beam UV-Vis Spectrophotometer

A double beam spectrophotometer suitable for a wide range of applications including general research, pharmaceutical, biochemical and clinical laboratory use, new material development and quality control. The instrument can be used in stand-alone mode or in conjunction with a PC using the supplied UV-VIS Analyst software which then delivers more powerful data processing, expanded data collecting, and removes the limit on storage capability.

  • Standard photometrics - absorption, transmission, concentration
  • Quantitative analysis and kinetics
  • Multi-wavelength scan, spectrum scan
  • DNA/RNA and protein analysis

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