Achieving Faster Ramp Rates for Thermal Melt Experiments



Melting temperature (Tm) gives an accurate indication of the base composition in a sample with Tm often used as a QC check by manufacturers and researchers.  

Thermal melt experiments are typically performed by UV-Vis spectrophotometry. Traditionally, to ensure accurate and reproducible data, a very slow temperature ramp rate is required meaning that experiments take a long time.

To overcome this issue, the Agilent Cary 3500 Multizone UV-Vis spectrophotometer uses integrated in-cuvette temperature probes.

Download this application note to:

  • Discover how you can significantly reduce experiment time without compromising results
  • Accurately control the temperature of solutions during experiments
  • Find out how to improve the productivity of your thermal melt experiments