Reliable scattering measurements with

NanoCuvette™ S

The NanoCuvette™ S expands the capabilities of an UV-VIS spectrophotometer to include quantification via angle-resolved light scattering for 2 mL samples.

Together with absorption, light scattering is one of the two major physical processes that contribute to the visible appearance of most objects. A spectrophotometer measures the combination, known as attenuation, of absorption and scattering, but it cannot distinguish between them.

Introducing NanoCuvette™ S in 2021

The NanoCuvette™ S is a cuvette that can be used for measuring both scattering and absorbance using a spectrophotometer. It reliably measures concentrations and sizes in a standard spectrophotometer without expensive instrument and use the SpectroWorks™ software to automatically analyze the results in seconds. Labwork has never easier.
Rayleigh scattering, see link.

Angle-resolved light scattering // Biological cells // Particle sizes // Turbidity // Impurity quality control

All-round solution

  • Excellent for biological cell concentrations, particle sizes, turbidity and impurity quality control of a wide range of samples.

Fits your instrument

  • All major UV-VIS spectrophotometer brands supported seamlessly out of the box.

Affordable analysis

  • Based on semi-disposable PMMA cuvette, reusable for low-cost measurements.

Designed for people

  • Results independent of cleaning, pipetting errors, and transcription mistakes.

Overview

The optical filter inside the cuvette consists of nano-scale photonic crystals with very high angular resolution. Both the absorbance spectrum and the scattering of the sample can be analyzed.

Powerful performance

  • Combined angle-resolved light scattering and absorbance at 300-1100 nm.

2 mL samples

  • 2 mL sample can be used.

Unique ID

  • Each cuvette is marked for traceability and access to online calibration data.

Made in Denmark

  • Danish product manufactured under the highest quality standards.
Milk diluted in water. By turning the cuvette, differences in the spectrum appear due to scattering from the sample.

Reliable scattering measurements. Available October 2021.