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400nm LED and 405nm laser using a quartz cuvette

by dhaffnersr | March 05, 2016 18:49 | 32 views | 0 comments | #12777 | 32 views | 0 comments | #12777 05 Mar 18:49

I just got my quartz cuvettes in and I was very excited to use them and here are some results which I do have to say, make a huge difference in quality of spectral imaging and data collection:

Slit width used is .09mm

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Reference used was 3ml of Ethanol in quartz cuvette for both the 400nm plots and the 405nm plots- sample was 0.001mol/l Rhodamine B (100ppm)(NIST standard prep is 100ppb) dissolved in Ethanol - 3ml sample vol.

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Here are the results for the 405nm laser pointer scans:

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