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Spectrophotometers are lab instruments used to measure the absorbance or density of a chemical compound through light intensity at different wavelengths. These laboratory instruments are used in spectrophotometry applications such as identifying impurities or detecting the concentration of substances. Other applications include identifying the characteristics of a protein or molecular weight in a chemical compound. In short, a spectrophotometer measures the amount of light absorbed by a sample. This provides information on the amount of a compound within the sample. The Accuris SmartDrop™ series of nano spectrophotometers from Bechmark Scientific provides quick and easy quantification of small samples. Utilizing a small sample volume eliminates the need for dilutions, providing more accurate results. The SmartDrop™ series spectrophotometer features a full color, 7” touchscreen with icon-driven menus and preprogrammed protocols gets users up and running quickly. These spectrophotometers are ideal for basic DNA/RNA/protein quantification and purity. Select from a spectrophotometer below to learn more.