PQY-01 Photoreaction Evaluation System
*The photoreaction evaluation system PQY-01 is the successor to the photoreaction quantum yield evaluation system QYM-01.
This system can measure the number of photons absorbed, which is necessary for calculating the quantum yield of photoreactions.
Photoreaction Quantum Yield:
For a comparison to data obtained with the conventional method using a chemical actinometer, refer to LAAN-A-UV-E041 Application News bulletin No. A478.
This photoreaction evaluation system was developed by Shimadzu Corporation, under the supervision of Professor Osamu Ishitani and Associate Professor Yusuke Tamaki of the Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Analytical Intelligence logo, PQY and Lightway are trademarks of Shimadzu Corporation.
The all-in-one Lightway includes a software function that guides the necessary operating steps to the user and all the elements required for monitoring photoreaction processes in real time, which makes it easy to measure photons.
Eliminates individual differences resulting from how chemical actinometers are made.
Using an LED irradiation light source* ensures consistent measurements for many hours.
* This product is manufactured by CELL System Co., Ltd. Therefore, it must be purchased separately.
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