NSG has created a fluorescence cell that meets the needs of today’s laboratories.
Farmingdale, NY (PRWEB) February 12, 2013
At NSG Precision Cells, the main objective is quality assurance and exceeding the requisites of today’s researchers. With forward thinking technology, NSG’s has created a fluorescence cell that meets the needs of today’s laboratories. At an affordable rate and with unparalleled transmission, the NSG cuvet is a standard in laboratories the world over. With many labs now using fluorescent spectroscopy in their labs for a number of applications such as DNA quantification, the NSG cuvet is now more valuable than ever.
NSG Precision Cells produces lots of different fluorescence cells that have been helping scientists carry out their fluorometry experiments with ease and perfect results. From the 501FLES10 flow through cell to the 43ES10 anaerobic screw cap cell, NSG can cover the majority of any customer inquiries.
NSG values and preserves their relationships with all their customers. From large OEM accounts to customers who only order a cuvet or two, all customers receive top notch service. No other fluorescence cell manufacturer can match the service, pricing, and level of expertise that NSG Precision Cells offers. NSG is proud to continue its tradition of over 50 years of service of offering outstanding customer service.
Using a fluorescence cell involves using a beam of light, usually ultraviolet light, that excites the electrons in molecules of certain compounds and causes them to emit light; typically, but not necessarily, visible light. Fluorescence spectroscopy is used in, among others, biochemical, medical, and chemical research fields for analyzing organic compounds. There have also been reports of its use in differentiating malignant, bashful skin tumors from benign. With fluorescence, a light source emits light of an excitation wavelength that is relevant to the compound to be measured. Fluorescence produces specific excitation and emission wavelengths by using optical filters. The filter blocks other wavelengths but transmits wavelengths relevant to the compound. The light passes through the sample to be measured, and a certain wavelength is absorbed while a longer wavelength is emitted. The emitted light is measured by a detector. By changing the optical filter, different substances can be measured.
The difference between a spectrophotometer cuvet and fluorescence cell is that a spectrophotometer cell only has two sides polished, whereas fluorescence cell has three or four sides polished.
To receive the best results from working with measurements, laboratories must have a cuvet that is capable of handling the job. Since samples are particularly expensive, not just any Fluorescence cell can be used.
About NSG Precision Cells
NSG Precision Cells, Inc. was founded in 1958 and has been growing ever since. NSG Precision Cells, Inc. is a well-established, highly regarded quartz manufacturer and we specialize in the manufacturing of quartz flow cells, quartz flow channel cuvettes, quartz microchips, quartz cuvettes, and other quartz optical products.