Micro volume measurements take place at very small pathlengths, typically ≤ 1 mm. Reducing the pathlength has the same effect as diluting the sample for measurement in a conventional instrument. This allows you to save on the sample amount used for UV/VIS spectrophotometry. Due to the small sample size, micro volume measurements are sensitive to air bubbles or bad sample handling. To ensure a robust workflow, measurements require a consistent, low sample amount for precise and repeatable results.
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