Perkin Elmer Tri-Carb 2910TR (low activity) liquid scintillation counter
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|Tri-Carb 2910TR liquid scintillation
|A benchtop liquid scintillation analyser for detecting small amounts of alpha, beta and gamma radioactivity. The instrument is designed for laboratory life science research. It primarily measures counts of scintillation, generated by alpha, beta or gamma radioactivity. Samples are dissolved or suspended in a cocktail which contains a solvent, a surfactant and a scintillator. Alpha, beta or gamma particles emitted by the sample transfer energy to the scintillator, which emits photons. These are detected by a photomultiplier tube. It features a Multichannel Analyser with an effective resolution of 1/10 keV and an extended dynamic quench range. The instrument includes a barium-133 low energy external standard source centred under the sample vial which eliminates the effects of volume variations. Sample capacity is either 408 standard 20 mL vials, or 720 small 4 or 7 mL vials. The instrument does allow for the intermixing and direct counting of small and large vials. Other key characteristics are time-resolved liquid scintillation counting. Alpha, beta and gamma radioactivity are differentiated by spectrum analysis. Colour-corrected single- and dual-label DPM. Replay sample recall and reprocessing without recounting. It has an energy range of 0-2000 keV and an operating ambient temperature range of 15-35 degC.
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