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==Description==
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*Shimadzu UV-2550
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*
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==Purpose of use==
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*''How does this instrument work?''
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*''What can this instrument be used for?''
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==Location==
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* Beeghly 207
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* American University
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* Washington, DC, 20016
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** access to the laboratory is restricted; see Dr. Miller, Dr. Hartings or Dr. Fox for access.
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==Contact==
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*contact with questions or to schedule access via email
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**[[User:Matt_Hartings|Dr. Matt Hartings]]
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**[[User:Abigail_E._Miller|Dr. Abigail Miller]]
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==Use==
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*''How does one use this instrument.''
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*''Include any relevant links to [[Protocols|OWW protocols]]''
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*''Include any relevant links to the manufacturer's protocols''
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*Note to users: you may note any troubleshooting or log your use on the [[{{TALKPAGENAME}}|talk page]].
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==Safety==
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*''Are there any safety considerations for this instrument?''
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==Specifications==
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'''Setting Wavelength Range'''
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*190nm to 1100nm
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'''Measurement Wavelength Range'''
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*190nm to 900nm, but can measure up to 1100 with choice with detector
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'''Wavelength accuracy'''
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*±0.3nm
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'''Wavelength repeatability'''
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*±0.1nm
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'''Wavelength Scanning Speed'''
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*Wavelength slew rate: about 3200nm/min
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*Wavelength scan rate: about 900nm-160nm/min
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*Monitor scan rate: about 2500nm/min
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'''Wavelength setting'''
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*At 1nm units for scan start and sea end wavelengths, and 0.1nm units for over wavelengths
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'''Lamp Interchange wavelength'''
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*Auto switching synchronized with wavelength, switching range selectable between 282nm-393nm (0.1nm units)
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'''Spectral bandwidth'''
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*6-step switching along 0.1/0.2/0.5/1/2/5nm
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'''Response'''
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*Optimum response speed automatically set depending on bandwidth, minimum 0.1sec
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'''Resolution'''
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*0.1nm
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'''Stray light'''
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*Less than 0.0003% (220nm, Nal 10g/L solution)
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*Less than 0.0003% (340nm, UV-39 filter)
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'''Photometric system'''
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*Double-beam, direct-ratio system with dynode feedback
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'''Photometric modes'''
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*Absorbance(Abs.), transmittance(%), reflectance(%), energy(E)
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'''Photometric range'''
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*Absorbance: -4 to 5  Abs
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*Transmittance, reflectance: 0.0 to 999.9%
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'''Photometric accuracy'''
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*±0.002 Abs (0-0.5 Abs)
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*±0.004 Abs (0.5-1.0 Abs)
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*±0.3%T (0-100% T) filter
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*Tested with NIST 903D standard
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==References==
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<!--*Any papers or websites that are relevant to the use of this instrument -->
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*
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==Useful links==
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*[[AU_Biomaterials_Design_Lab| AU Biomaterials Design Lab]]
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*[http://www.american.edu/cas/chemistry American University Chemistry]
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[[Category:Equipment]]
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Revision as of 11:15, 28 November 2012

Contents

Description

  • Shimadzu UV-2550

Purpose of use

  • How does this instrument work?
  • What can this instrument be used for?

Location

  • Beeghly 207
  • American University
  • Washington, DC, 20016
    • access to the laboratory is restricted; see Dr. Miller, Dr. Hartings or Dr. Fox for access.

Contact

Use

  • How does one use this instrument.
  • Include any relevant links to OWW protocols
  • Include any relevant links to the manufacturer's protocols
  • Note to users: you may note any troubleshooting or log your use on the talk page.

Safety

  • Are there any safety considerations for this instrument?

Specifications

Setting Wavelength Range

  • 190nm to 1100nm

Measurement Wavelength Range

  • 190nm to 900nm, but can measure up to 1100 with choice with detector

Wavelength accuracy

  • ±0.3nm

Wavelength repeatability

  • ±0.1nm

Wavelength Scanning Speed

  • Wavelength slew rate: about 3200nm/min
  • Wavelength scan rate: about 900nm-160nm/min
  • Monitor scan rate: about 2500nm/min

Wavelength setting

  • At 1nm units for scan start and sea end wavelengths, and 0.1nm units for over wavelengths

Lamp Interchange wavelength

  • Auto switching synchronized with wavelength, switching range selectable between 282nm-393nm (0.1nm units)

Spectral bandwidth

  • 6-step switching along 0.1/0.2/0.5/1/2/5nm

Response

  • Optimum response speed automatically set depending on bandwidth, minimum 0.1sec

Resolution

  • 0.1nm

Stray light

  • Less than 0.0003% (220nm, Nal 10g/L solution)
  • Less than 0.0003% (340nm, UV-39 filter)

Photometric system

  • Double-beam, direct-ratio system with dynode feedback

Photometric modes

  • Absorbance(Abs.), transmittance(%), reflectance(%), energy(E)

Photometric range

  • Absorbance: -4 to 5 Abs
  • Transmittance, reflectance: 0.0 to 999.9%

Photometric accuracy

  • ±0.002 Abs (0-0.5 Abs)
  • ±0.004 Abs (0.5-1.0 Abs)
  • ±0.3%T (0-100% T) filter
  • Tested with NIST 903D standard

References

Useful links


Add any other categories that may be relevant to your page. We use categories like tags.

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