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SynLED Parallel Photoreactor

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Related Categories Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry, Chemical Synthesis, Photocatalysis, Photoreactors
AC/DC input   , universal plug set (included)
  100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
feature   capacity 16  vial(s)
reaction suitability   reagent type: catalyst
reaction type: Photocatalysis
parameter   465-470 nm spectral range

Description

General description

This newly designed photoreactor enables simple small-scale photocatalysis reaction screening ensuring high levels of consistency across reactions and between runs.

Features and Benefits

• Bottom-lit LEDs (465-470 nm) across a 4x4 reaction block array provides consistent light intensity (130-140 lm) and angle (45°)
• Built-in cooling fan provides consistent temperature to each parallel reaction
• Uses 1-2 dram scintillation vials or microwave vials (O.D. of 1.7 cm or less)
• Power supply is wall plug power supply 700mA 12 W
• Compatible with IKA magnetic stirrer with round plate (Z645052)
• Compatible with liquid scintillation vials (8 mL Wheaton, Z188719)

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