How UV/VIS spectroscopy can optimise measurement in the lab

Supplied by Mettler-Toledo Ltd on Monday, 07 August, 2017


UV/VIS spectroscopy is a powerful method used on a daily basis in many laboratories. It is easy to perform, takes little preparation and provides near-instant results in the analysis of nucleic acids, proteins and bacterial cell cultures.

Examine the different UV/VIS spectroscopy applications. Learn how you can perform a successful analysis and optimise your results.


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