*Definitive sensitivity numbers are difficult to quote because sensitivity is sample dependent. Using the example of a protein such as oxidized cytochrome c in the 8 mL cavity, the effective pathlength is nearly 30 cm supporting detection of absorbance changes down to 10-5 absorbance units. This translates into low nanomolar concentrations of the protein.
Using diffuse measurement light and
an integrating cavity,
CLARiTY UV/Vis spectrophotometers
are successful with turbid samples.
Accurate absorbance & fluorescence is possible
on everything from water to milk,
nanoparticles to tissue.
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Dr. Campbell studies molecular ecophysiology of cyanobacteria and phytoplankton. The CLARiTY 17 in Doug's lab has been coined the "Spectrophotometer of the Gods".
Learn why Dr. Campbell commissioned a new model, the CLARiTY VF Pump Probe, for electrochromic shift experiments. Read more...
EUGENE PINKHASSIK, University of Connecticut
Associate Professor & NSF CAREER Award Recipient
Dr. Pinkhassik's focus is on organic and hybrid materials made by bio-inspired assembly, including production of nanomaterials & nanodevices with new and superior properties, helping to solve current problems in energy-related technologies, environmental monitoring, and medical imaging and treatment. Read more...
Work in Dr. Poole's laboratory is focused on microbial physiology - the study of how bacteria and other microorganisms work. Although rooted in tradition of bacterial growth and intermediary metabolism, microbial physiology now embraces molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, and any discipline that can shed light on bacterial function. Read more...
CLARiTY UV/Vis Spectrophotometers
ROBERT POOLE, University of Sheffield
Professor & West Riding Chair in Microbiology
UV/Vis is only as good as the sample is clear. With a CLARiTY, clarification is optional.
When getting to clear is costly & concentration matters
Professor & Canada Research Chair in Phytoplankton Physiology