Capital Equipment

Capital Equipment

Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometer

University of Cambridge

Brand: Agilent
Model: 6460

Agilent 6460 Triple Quadruple Lc-Ms/Ms. Metabolomics Mass Spectrophotometer. A Spectrophotometer (Spectrometer, Spectrograph Or Spectroscope) Is An Instrument Used To Measure Properties Of Light Over A Specific Portion Of The Electromagnetic Spectrum, Typically Used In Spectroscopic Analysis To Identify Materials. The Variable Measured Is Most Often The Light’S Intensity But Could Also, For Instance, Be The Polarization State. The Independent Variable Is Usually The Wavelength Of The Light Or A Unit Directly Proportional To The Photon Energy, Such As Wavenumber Or Electron Volts, Which Has A Reciprocal Relationship To Wavelength. A Spectrometer Is Used In Spectroscopy For Producing Spectral Lines And Measuring Their Wavelengths And Intensities. Spectrometer Is A Term That Is Applied To Instruments That Operate Over A Very Wide Range Of Wavelengths, From Gamma Rays And X-Rays Into The Far Infrared. If The Instrument Is Designed To Measure The Spectrum In Absolute Units Rather Than Relative Units, Then It Is Typically Called A Spectrophotometer. The Majority Of Spectrophotometers Are Used In Spectral Regions Near The Visible Spectrum. To Discover More And Discuss Access To This Piece Of Equipment, Please Liaise With The Primary Contact Detailed Below.

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