Standard Fluorescence Quartz Cuvettes with PTFE Cover 10 mm

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  • 4 transparent windows
  • window thicknesss 1.25mm
  • PTFE Cover included
  • No absorption of fluorescence

If there is a need for analyzing the light properties of any liquid, then the liquid is put in a cuvette, usually a small transparent container made of quartz glass or some similar material, and then analyzed under fluorescent light. Laboratories all around the world have long been using these small containers. They come in many shapes and sizes, and can be made out of different materials (depending on the type of the light spectrum that is analyzed). Usually, they are used with a Spectrometer, although they can also be used with Spectrophotometers and Fluorometers.

This right here is a standard 10mm fluorescence cuvette with PTFE cover that is made out of quartz. This property allows looking at the cuvette contents under fluorescent light, because quartz lets its rays pass through more easily than other materials. It is rectangular in shape (this allows the light to pass through without any refraction), has a flat bottom and it comes with a lid so that it can be closed in order for the content not to spill. It can carry volumes of up to 3.5ml of any kind of liquid.

Working with cuvettes demands precision and knowing exactly what you are looking for, so this is a job better to be left to professionals.


Material: Quartz
Wavelength Range: 200nm-2500nm
Optical Path Width: 10 mm
Optical Path length: 10 mm
External Dimension: 45*12.5*12.5 mm
Volume: ~3.5 mL

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