2300-901

Turner Designs C3/C6P Solid Secondary Standard Insert

Turner Designs C3/C6P Solid Secondary Standard Insert

Description

C3/C6P solid secondary standard insert (for chlorophyll, rhodamine, fluorescein, phycoerythrin and phycocyanin only), requires cap

Features

  • Can be used in place of a primary liquid standard once a correlation between a primary standard and the solid standard is established
  • Can be used to check fluorometer stability and/or check for loss in sensitivity
  • Has an adjustment screw allowing users to set to a desired signal
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