I want to measure solid samples or chromatography paper samples. Can I mount them on the cuvette ...
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March 20, 2020 13:24 |
I want to measure solid samples or chromatography paper samples. Can I mount them on the cuvette holder and measure?
Hi! I don't know of a way to work with solid samples except if you can safely dissolve them in liquids. For example, here's a piece on dissolving using baby or mineral oil https://publiclab.org/wiki/oil-testing-kit#Dissolving+samples
Hi thanks Stevie. I was thinking like commercial spectrometers consist of a sample holder for solids at an angle or one can put the solid sample at an angle in the liquid cuvette holder and measure. I would want to measure in solid form due certain specific constraints.
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