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  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.767.

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #3

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.079.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.368.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.508.

  • Reference material for verification of UV-Visible spectrophotometers' photometric accuracy. Popular verification of requirements for BCA assay.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.212.

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #7

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.230.

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #4

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.131.

  • Platinum-Cobalt base TEST Suitability - Pass test Prepared by dilution of AHPA 500

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.566.

  • Platinum-Cobalt base TEST Suitability - Pass test Prepared by dilution of AHPA 500

  • Transmittance (at 635 nm) 20%T +/- 0.3 %T

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.754.

  • Platinum-Cobalt base TEST Suitability - Pass test Prepared by dilution of AHPA 500

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #2

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.060.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.072.

  • Transmittance (at 635 nm) 40%T +/- 0.4 %T

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 2.917.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.034.

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #6

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.201.

  • Transmittance (at 635 nm) 60%T +/- 0.6 %T

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #8

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.253.

  • PHOTOMETRIC ACCURACY REFERENCE

  • Water, 100% T

    GFS Chemicals

    H2O CAS#: 7732-18-5 F.W.: 18.02 100% Transmittance. Background for In-Spec dye standards.

  • Platinum-Cobalt base TEST Suitability - Pass test Prepared by dilution of AHPA 500

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #5

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.155.

  • Transmittance (at 635 nm) 80%T +/- 0.7 %T

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