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SRM 2943 - Relative Intensity Correction Standard for Fluorescence Spectroscopy: Blue Emission

SRM 2943 data files

This Standard Reference MaterialÒ (SRMÒ ) is intended for use in the evaluation and calibration of the relative spectral responsivity of steady-state fluorescence spectrometers with a continuous, lamp-based excitation source and for determining the day-to-day or instrument-to-instrument intensity variations of a single or similar fluorescence instrument(s), respectively. In addition, the SRM is designed for instruments with an excitation light source area at the sample of about 4 mm2 or greater. Stria and bubbles that are present in the glass may affect the performance of the SRM when lasers or other types of excitation light sources with smaller areas are used. Therefore, the SRM is not recommended for use with these excitation light sources.

SRM 2943 Cert Values - Series A.xls is a Microsoft Excel file

SRM 2943 Cert Values - Series B.xls is a Microsoft Excel file

SRM 2943 Cert Values - Series C.xls is a Microsoft Excel file

SRM 2973 Cert Values - Series D.xls is a Microsoft Excel file



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