A Simple Guide to Extending the Power of UV-Vis Spectrophotometry
Feb 16 2022
Understanding the full application potential of your UV-Vis spectrophotometer just got easier as Shimadzu UK published a new downloadable, quick read accessories guide. How to extend the power of your UV-Vis Spectrophotometer offers concise, easy to absorb information by sample type, linking the specialist features of each accessory with industry specific applications.
Whether you are testing solid or liquid samples, for high throughput analysis or specialist surface reflectance measurements, UV-Vis accessories and software can automate processes, broaden your application base, and ensure your analysis is as efficient and effective as possible.
The new UV accessories guide was produced by the Shimadzu UK experts’ team to simplify the process of accessory selection, enabling laboratory managers and researchers to cut through the noise and make a clear, qualified buying decision.
“Innovative accessories and software add-ons make UV-Vis spectrophotometry increasingly accurate and useful across an ever widening range of industries and applications. While life science laboratories have been putting thermal-melting software and electrothermal accessories to good use in DNA and enzyme research for some time now, one of our more recent innovations will soon be available to help the renewable energy sector measure the performance of batteries and solar panels,” said Ralph Vokes, Senior Spectroscopy Specialist at SHIMADZU.
“With an ever-expanding field of technological innovation, it can be challenging to keep up with all the application possibilities these advances bring with them. So, it is increasingly important for instrument specialists to ensure the information we provide at source is easy to understand and assists laboratory managers in the buying process,” explained Ralph Vokes.
Learn how to extend the power of your UV-Vis Spectrophotometer. Download Shimadzu UK’s new UV Accessories Guide and make the most of your system.
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