Particle Size Analysis using UV-Vis spectrophotometer
Next-gen Scattering Analysis
The NanoCuvette™ S allows for spectrophotometric quantification of particle/cell size and concentration analysis in numerous industries such as biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, life science, foods, including various industrial applications for quality control.
The capacity of NanoCuvette™ S goes far beyond any product currently on the market in terms of achieving easy, fast, and reliable particle/cell size analysis and concentration determination. With the NanoCuvette™ S you have the functionality to determine small particles down to 50 nm, while simultaneously quantify their concentration.
The NanoCuvette™ S expands the capabilities of your spectrophotometer and allows you to perform combined angle-resolved light scattering and absorbance at 190-1100 nm. Integrated in the surface is a patented photonic nanocrystal (optical filter), that register light scattering such that it measures particle sizes near the photonic crystal surface.
Why Upgrade to NanoCuvette™ S?
Traditionally, spectrophotometry laboratory work has been limited by lack of robust methods to determine size and concentrations. We upgrade UV-Vis spectrophotometry around the world and across all major instrument brands to create new ways to determine particle size analysis, perfom refractive index measurements in a label-free, fast, cheap, and reliable method.
Technology: How we do it
Absorption versus label-free spectroscopy
where A is the absorbance, ε is molar extinction coefficient, c is the concentration, l is the path length and A0 is the background absorbance.
In contrast, when light hits a nanoscale photonic crystal, the resonance wavelength is related to the refractive index or concentration close to the surface:
λ = β(αc + ns) + λ0 ,
where λ is the wavelength, β is a coefficient, α is the specific refractive increment, c is the concentration, ns is the solvent refractive index and λ0 is the reference resonance wavelength. This is called label-free spectroscopy
Particle Sizing and Concentrations in the Palm of Your Hand.
Label-free measurements at different volumes (100 μL - 200 μL)
Size analysis of particles from 50 nm to 3000 nm with concentration detection limit of 0,0001% to 0,1%
Surface refractive index range measurements at 1.0 - 1.6 nD
Turbidity and impurity QC- measurements
Lab-work has never been easier.
User Centric Experience
With NanoCuvette™ S particles can be quantified in minutes with enhanced sensitivity, reliability, and reproducibility. It measures concentrations and sizes in a standard spectrophotometer without expensive specialized instrument. Together with the unique user-centric online software SpectroWorks™ it automatically analyses the results in minutes.
Furthermore, NanoCuvette™ S have the free ”Basic cuvette” spectrum file functionality in SpectroWorks™, which you can use for automatic standard curve processing by using our free report template in our Colab Notebook.
Static Light Scattering and Cloud Computing
Particle can be measured since light scattering depends on angle and wavelength. NanoCuvette™ S utilizes Rayleigh and Mie scattering at any given time to precisely determine the sizes in the dispersion of both large and small particles. SpectroWorks™ use the scattered light to model the size and concentration within the sample using more than 500 million light simulations.
Superior technology with no up-front cost or training for your lab
Supports Major Brands
Improved and affordable upgrade for your existing UV-Vis spectrophotometer. Also allows basic cuvette measurements.
Made in Denmark with unique ID for traceability and access to online calibration data.
Less sample needed for analysisMeasurements at different volumes between 100μL and 200μL
Upgrade your UV-Vis spectrophotometer to do Particle Size and Concentration Analysis.
Ready to try NanoCuvette™ S ?
*Purchasing NanoCuvette™ S at reseller includes life-time access, data storage and upgrades to SpectroWorks™, free support and individual calibration for best performance. Price per measurement may vary depending on sample and use.