What is Fluorescence? The term fluorescence refers to one type of luminescence. Luminescence, broadly defined, is light emission from a molecule. There are several types of luminescence.
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|Dead Time:||<8 ms|
|Dead Volume:||700 µL (SFA-20 and SFA-20mx); 350 µL (SFA-20M and SFA-20mxM)|
|Window Sizes:||3 mm wide|
|Flow cell\'s beam height:||15 mm from base of cell to center of window|
|Min. vol. per determination:||100 µL per reactant|
|Observation path:||3 mm for excitation and 3 mm for emission|
|Windows:||3 mm wide x 10 mm high for excitation and emission, specifically designed for FluoroMax® and FluoroLog® instruments|
|Adjustable stop volume:||Available|
|Mixing ratio:||Up to 20:1|
|Temperature range:||5 - 80°C|
|Piston Drive:||Manual drive is standard; Pneumatic control optional. We recommend, however, the SFA-20mx/SPEX and SFA-20mxM/SPEX Umbilical length = 600 mm (SFA-20/SPEX and SFA-20mx/SPEX); 300 mm (SFA-20M/SPEX and SFA-20mxM/SPEX); other lengths on request|
|Drive syringes:||2.5 mL for SFA-20/SPEX; 1 mL for other models High-efficiency T-format mixer: Available for SFA-20/SPEX and SFA-20M/SPEX; 10 µL delay available for SFA-20mx/SPEX and SFA-20mxM/SPEX; longer delays upon request|
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