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High Efficiency in Multi-Sample Analysis by Automatic Analysis System of Lab Solutions™ UV-Vis

Ultraviolet and visible light (UV-Vis) spectrophotometers are used routinely in raw material receiving inspections and quality confirmation in various industries. In quantitative analyses of solutions, the technician measures the actual sample after first measuring a standard sample, then calculates the sample concentration and makes a pass/fail judgment by comparing the result with the standard value. This huge amount of manual work becomes a burden when several dozen samples are measured each day.

LabSolutions UV-Vis software includes an automatic analysis function that realizes high efficiency in this tedious, timeconsuming work. All processes from measurement of the standard and quantitation samplesto pass/fail judgments can be carried out automatically by using LabSolutions UV-Vis in combination with an autosampler (Teledyne CETAC Technologies).

This article introduces an example of automatic analysis of a food coloring.

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