Changes in temperature affect fluorescence intensity. A simple, inexpensive and accurate way to control sample temperature is to use a thermostattable cell holder through which water from an external water-bath can be circulated. For temperature ramping studies and experiments where more rapid heating and cooling is required, a single-cell Peltier-thermostatted accessory is available.
If you routinely measure large numbers of liquid samples the sipper accessory is most valuable. It consists of a 16 microliter illuminated volume flowcell and a peristaltic pump controlled by
the LS 55/50B Series software.
LC Flowcells detect trace components eluted from liquid chromatographs. Use your fluorescence spectrometer as a detector to monitor fluorescence continuously at selected excitation and emission wavelengths.