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NSG Precision Cells’ WAV-7 Didymium Standard Makes Calibrating Wavelength Accuracy a Snap
Date:1/18/2013

Farmingdale, NY (PRWEB) January 18, 2013

Eureka! The only permanently calibrated didymium standard that calibrates wavelength accuracy with no re-calibration needed has been released mid-2012 by NSG Precision Cells. This didymium calibration standard leads NSG’s new groundbreaking standards, which NEVER need to be replaced or re-calibrated due to material aging.

In a snap, the WAV-7 Didymium Standard can calibrate wavelength accuracy and photometric accuracy easily and without hassle. Aside from that, this didymium wavelength accuracy calibration standard can be used on photometric accuracy in the UV wavelength range and wavelength accuracy calibration in both the UV and VIS wavelength ranges. Wavelength maximum transmission/absorption values and the wavelength peaks depend on the slit-width of a spectrophotometer.

Didymium Standard for calibrating wavelength accuracy is a recent technology and there are only limited companies which can produce them like the NSG Precision Cells. Most in the spectroscopy field are familiar with NSG Precision Cells with over 50 years’ experience in the silica industry would be hard-pressed to find an equal in terms of their innovation and tireless customer service.

NSG Precision Cells is highly experienced in forging, constructing and fine tuning superior products like cuvettes, flow cells, UV/VIS s
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