A sample and any standards are passed for detection through a flow cell before being measured or counted by electrometric or optical means. Flow cells are commonly used for cell counting and analysis, spectroscopy, immunoassays, genetic sequencing, scattering, particle counting and flow visualization. Flow cells, which are commonly 12.5mm square, typically contain at least one pair of holes that allow fluid to enter and exit the reaction chamber. Flow cells generally feature a fused-on inlet and outlet tubes, as well as two clear windows and two black windows.
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Choose cells with quartz windows for transformation from the far ultraviolet through infrared
|Wavelength Range||190 to 2600nm and 2850 to 3600nm|
|Width (Metric) Interior||3.5mm|
Accessory for use with MKII Magnetic Susceptibility Balance