For many spectrophotometric determinations, it is convenient to use a reasonably large number of cuvettes, rather than rinsing after each determination. When the color reaction used is time dependent, or when the samples are such that a dry cuvette is needed, a number of cuvettes are
required. In such a case, additional spectrophotometer cuvette holders are usually obtained to hold the samples. Since these are not intended to use as cuvette racks, they tend to be expensive, corrodible, and likely to spill.
National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado
Publication date: May 1, 1963
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