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Product Description

• Ideal for DNA, RNA and protein measurements
• Sample volumes as low as 0.7µl
• Sample concentration range from 25 to 4250µg/ml
• Sample is simply wiped away after the measurements, making the TrayCell quick and easy to use
• Prevents dilution and pipetting errors
• Fits all standard 10 x 10mm cuvette holders

TrayCell_cap(1) copy.gifThe TrayCell is a fibre optic cuvette which can be used with as little as 0.7µl of sample. The cuvette has two caps which give path lengths of either 1mm or 0.2mm, thus creating a "virtual dilution" of 1:10 or 1:50 of the sample when compared to a measurement with a standard 10 mm cuvette.

Technical Specification

Light Path                  0.2mm or 1mm
Error of light path     ± 0.02mm
Volume                      0.7–5µl
Wavelength range   190 to 1100nm
Max temperature     50°C

Product TrayCell
Company Jenway Product
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Catalog Number 035 262
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Jenway Product
Bibby Scientific Limited, Beacon Road, Stone, Staffordshire ST15 0SA, UK

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