Over a certain wavelength range, every chemical compound either reflects, transmits, or absorbs light (electromagnetic radiation).The amount of light that a chemical substance absorbs or transmits is measured using spectrophotometers.
Numerous fields, including chemistry, physics, biology, biochemistry, material and chemical engineering, clinical applications, industrial applications, and others, make extensive use of spectrophotometers for quantitative analysis.
This method can be used in any application that deals with materials or chemicals.It is used, for instance, to identify enzyme-catalyzed reactions in biochemistry.
It is used to examine blood or tissues for clinical diagnosis in clinical settings.Additionally, there are a number of spectrophotometric variants, including atomic emission spectrophotometry and atomic absorption spectrophotometry.
A spectrophotometer is a device that measures the number of photons (the intensity of light) that are absorbed when a sample solution passes through it.
By measuring the intensity of the light that is detected with the spectrophotometer, the amount of a known chemical substance (concentrations) can also be determined.
The Global array spectrophotometer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
the brand-new Jenway Genova Bio UV/visible spectrophotometer was made to be quick and simple to use.Applications in cell biology, biotechnology, biochemistry, and molecular biology can all benefit from this lightweight and compact spectrophotometer.
A cutting-edge, dependable spectrophotometer is now available to laboratory managers worldwide at an affordable price.
Utilizing electrical scanning, this spectrophotometer simultaneously measures the wavelength range (198 nm to 800 nm) in less than three seconds using scanning diode array technology.
ideal when purity ratios necessitate the use of multiple wavelengths.The instrument has a large, user-friendly color touch screen and a small footprint, making it easy to use in the lab.
It is an excellent instrument for measuring the purity and concentration of DNA, RNA, and other biological samples because it is compatible with a wide variety of small volume cuvettes.
The Genova Bio is preprogrammed with methods for quantifying proteins and nucleic acids in order to improve sample preparation.
Additionally, the instrument has a preprogrammed method for measuring the optical density of E. coli and yeast cell cultures, allowing researchers to observe cell growth prior to harvesting.
In Jenway’s extensive line of spectrophotometers, which includes the 7200, 7205, and Genova Bio spectrophotometers, the Genova Bio takes the place of the Genova Plus and completes the Jenway 72 Series.
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