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Cary 4000 UV-Vis spectrophotometer

Workplace of device "Cary 4000 UV-Vis spectrophotometer"
Workplace: UPOL - Laboratory of Metabolism of Heterogeneous Substances
Faculty: Faculty of Medicine - Department of Pharmacology
Street: Hněvotínská 3
City: Olomouc
Characteristic of workplace: Study of affection of hepatic microsomal enzymes by heterogeneous substances including medicaments and estimation of possible drug interaction. This is:
  • study of affection of activities of the most important enzymes of metabolism of heterogeneous substances, hepatic microsomal cytochromes
  • study of P450 induction
  • study of eventually created metabolites.
Device "Cary 4000 UV-Vis spectrophotometer"
Manufacter Varian Incorporated, Palo Alto, CA, USA
Number of pcs. 1
Year 2006
Conditions Laboratory conditions
Usage The Cary 4000 is a high performance UV-visible spectrophotometer with excellent photometric performance in the 175-900 nm range, making it a powerful tool for analyzing biotechnology samples with minimal sample preparation. Controlled by the Cary WinUV software, a Windows-based modular software, it can be ordered with specific modules for bio and pharma. The UV-Visible spectrophotometer has a number of optional accessories for liquid samples like temperature control, autosamplers, multicell holders, and sippers.

Applications: absorbance measurements, pharma and bio science
  • Monochromator: Double out-of-plane Littrow monochromator
  • UV-Vis Detector: R928 PMT
  • Wavelength Range: 175 - 900 nm
  • Wavelength Accuracy: ±0.1 nm
  • Spectral Bandwidth: 0.01 nm to 5.00 nm, 0.01 nm steps
  • Wavelength Reproducibility: <0.025 nm
  • Maximum Scan Rate: 2000 nm/min
  • Photometric Range: 8 (Abs)
  • Software: Cary WinUV
  • Cell changer: 12 cuvettes
  • Temperature stability (thermostated): ±0.1 °C
Manual Manual (EN)
Software manual (EN)
Datasheet (EN)
Technical specifications (EN)
Extern No
Přesun No
Loan conditions By agreement
Category of "Cary 4000 UV-Vis spectrophotometer"
"Biochemistry", "Pharmacology and apothecary chemistry"