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PCX-50C Multi-channel photochemical reaction system

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As the research of photocatalytic reaction has become more and more sophisticated, more and more response characteristics need to be considered, and our company has innovatively developed a multi-function and multi-channel photocatalytic reaction system, PCX50A. The system can realize simple, fast, flexible and high performance photochemical reaction test. PCX50A rotate bottom according to the radiation, can realize the group (1 ~ 9) photochemical reaction, and effectively eliminate the inconsistency of the multiple sets of reactions, especially the irradiation light source properties (strength, uniform, direction, etc.), environmental characteristics change, the influence of such factors as is suitable for the rapid screening of photocatalytic reaction characteristics and group control experiment is simultaneously, can greatly improve the efficiency of photocatalytic reaction of scientific research.

Further considering the effect of temperature on the reaction, on the basis of PCX50A, the company has developed a room-temperature version of PCX50B, and a temperature control PCX50C multichannel photochemical reaction system. PCX50C have closed water circulation, excellent heat conduction system, can realize accurate temperature control for multiple reaction solution bottle: temperature control precision is + / - 1 ℃, 5 ~ 80 ℃ temperature range. If special coolant is used, the temperature control range can be further expanded.

Basic functions:

PCX50C receives more than 50 series a high airtight bottle, wavelength selection (254 nm to 630 nm, special wavelength can be customized), loop function such as illumination, mixing, increase the accurate timing control moderate illumination function, photovoltaic synthetic reaction, photocatalytic degradation of pollutants, photocatalytic decomposition of water hydrogen production and research of photocatalytic reduction of CO2 and photochemical reactions.

Outstanding advantages:

The efficiency of active characterization is greatly improved, especially for the rapid selection of catalysts and optimization of reaction conditions.

Basic parameters:

1. Photocatalytic reaction position: 9;
2. The irradiating mode of the rotary bottom photo can effectively eliminate the light intensity difference caused by the characteristics of the light source and the environmental change.
3. Flat quartz reaction bottle: optical level, total volume 10ml, 50ml optional, pressure resistance 0.1mpa, special reaction bottle can be customized;
4. LED monochromatic light source: default white light; (365nm, 385nm, 420nm, 450nm, 485nm, 535nm, 595nm, 630nm multi-wavelength optional, special wavelength need to be customized);
5. Stirring device: magnetic levitation, stirring speed of 0 ~ 500 RPM;
6. Temperature control: a water temperature control, temperature range: 10-80 ℃ (low temperature can be customized); Temperature control precision: + / - 1 ℃; According to the minimum degree value is 0.01 ℃

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