microspectrophotometer

microspectrophotometer

[¦mī·kro¦spek·trə·fə′täm·əd·ər]
(spectroscopy)
A split-beam or double-beam spectrophotometer including a microscope for the localization of the object under study, and capable of carrying out spectral analyses within the dimensions of a single cell.
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The solution shall include all associated system hardware, software and maintenance, a microspectrophotometer for color analysis and a digital imaging system to measure the refractive index of microscopic fragments by thermo-optical method.
The microspectrophotometer can acquire all these types of spectra micron-scale samples rapidly and easily.
CRAIC Technologies' 20/30 PV microspectrophotometer is designed to non-destructively analyze many types of microscopic samples from the deep ultraviolet to the near infrared by several different techniques.
Sperm concentration was determined by measuring absorbance with a microspectrophotometer (NanoDrop, Wilmington, DE) (Yang et al.
India, June 3 -- Craic Technologies has launched 20/20 film microspectrophotometer for measurement of thickness of thin films of sub-micron sampling areas.
In situ nuclear DNA content was estimated from metaphase chromosomes using a Nikon Optiphot microscope fitted with a microspectrophotometer using monochromatic light at 550 nm following the method of Sharma and Sharma (1980), with ten scorings made from each slide.
Microspectrofluorometric measurements were made with a Zeiss MSP 20 microspectrophotometer with digital microprocessor coupled to a Zeiss Axioskop microscope equipped with epifluorescence (HBO 50 W burner; Carl Zeiss, Oberkochen/Wuertt.
Microspectrophotometer absorbance readings (327 nm) for epidermal cell wall of leaf blade, leaf sheath, and rind tissue from the maize population BS9, Ottawa, Canada, 1992.
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Asen identified and characterized the pigments that give poinsettias their distinctive colors, using what was then a very new tool called a microspectrophotometer assembled by Karl Norris.
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