How Does the SpectroVis Plus Work?
Light from the LED and tungsten bulb light source passes through a solution. Emerging light goes through a high-quality diffraction grating, then the diffracted light is collected and sorted by the CCD array detector.
Having a CCD array spectrometer/fluorometer combination is now affordable for each of your lab stations! Array spectrometer technology allows you to collect a full wavelength spectrum (absorbance, percent transmittance, or intensity) in less than one second. Once the peak wavelength is determined, you can easily determine the concentration of a solution (Beer’s law) or monitor rates of reaction.
With its two different excitation wavelengths, SpectroVis Plus can quantitatively measure the fluorescence spectra of many compounds, such as chlorophyll, fluorescein, GFP, and more.