Cary 5000 UV-VIS-NIR Spectrophotometer
The Cary 5000 is a high-performance UV-Vis and NIR spectrophotometer with superb photometric performance in the 175–3300 nm range. Using a PbSmart detector, the Cary 5000 extends its NIR range to 3300 nm making it a powerful tool for materials science research. The Cary WinUV software, a modular Windows-based software, makes it easy to perform powerful analysis and control a number of optional accessories. The large sample compartment can be expanded to hold large accessories and integrating spheres for spectral and diffuse reflectance. The Lock Down mechanism makes it possible to quickly change and position accessories for reproducible results.
About Instrument and its Applications:
The Cary 5000 UV-Vis-NIR spectrophotometer is a high-performance spectrophotometer with good photometric performance in the wavelength range of 180nm to 3300 nm. Using a Pb Smart detector, the Cary 5000 extends its NIR range to 3300 nm making it a powerful tool for materials science research.
Common application of UV-Vis-NIR Spectrophotometer includes: measurement of transmittance, absorbance and reflectance spectrum, thin film thickness analysis, anti-reflection coating analysis, analysis of novel nanocomposite materials, colour measurements and colour matching, optical density measurements, optical bandgap analysis, etc.
General Information-
Model –CARRY 5000
Year of Installation - 2022
Wavelength range: 175 to 3300 nm
Spectral Bandwidth: 0.01 to 5 nm with 0.01 nm step size (UV-Vis region) and 0.04 to 20 nm (NIR region)
Resolution: 0.048 nm (UV-Vis) and 0.2 nm (NIR)
Wavelength Accuracy: ± 0.08 (UV-Vis range) ± 0.4 nm (NIR range)
Detectors: For UV-Vis region: Photo multiplier tube (PMT)
For NIR Region: Peltier cooled PbS detectors.
Measurement Modes:
1) Direct transmission and variable angle transmission from 0–90° in 0.02° intervals
2) Absolute specular reflection at variable angle from 5–85° in 0.02° intervals.
3) Diffuse scattering, reflection or transmission through independent sample rotation (360°) and detector positioning between 10–350° at 0.02° intervals.
4) Absorptance, A where A= 1–R–T at variable angle without moving the sample or beam onto the sample for improved productivity and greater accuracy.
Sample Requirements-
For Solid Samples:- minimum 5mm X 5mm, maximum 6 inch
For Liquid Samples –Approx. 10ml
For Powder Samples- Approx. 20mg