(VLB18) 60μL Flow Cell, 2 Windows, Lightpath 2mm, Length 18mm, Bonded
This flow-through cuvette is for absorption applications, with a path length of 2 mm. For aqueous samples only. Use up to 100°C. The price is for 1 piece.
- Type: Bonded, For aqueous samples only!
Flow Cell Specifications
|Type||Flow Through Cuvette||Optical Path Length||2 mm|
|Article No.||VLB18||Volume||60 μL|
|Measuring Method||Absorption Cells||Connector||Quartz|
|Number of Windows||2||Wavelength Range||UV/VIS (190 - 2500 nm)|
|Outside Dimensions||Inside Dimensions|
|Height||18 mm||Aperture (WxH)||5x6 mm|
|Width||10 mm||Depth||2 mm|
|Depth||6 mm||Total Length||30 mm|
|Fabrication Method||Bonded*||Package||Cell Only|
Comparison of Fabrication Types
|UV vis ( 190- 2500 nm)||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Transmission Matched||On Request||No||No|
|Transmission > 80%||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Resistant to Acids and Bases (except hydrofluoric acid)||Yes||Yes||No|
|Resistant to Organic Solvents||Yes||Yes||No|
|Usable upto 600°C (1112°F)||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Usable upto 1200°C (2192°F)||Yes||No||No|
|0 Variations Reading||On Request||No||No|
|Fabrication||Molded||Assembled with Quartz Powder||Assembled with Glue|
|Storage||Short Term Storage||Clean After Use||Clean After Use|
|Available Material||Fused Quartz Material|
|Note||Molded and fused cuvettes and cells are assembled by direct fusion without the use of adhesives throughout the production process. This guarantees resistance against corrosive chemicals and high temperature. Each quartz cuvette and cell has excellent transmission from 190nm to 2500nm.|
QVARZ® Cuvettes Transmission Characteristics
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