NanoCuvette™ One workflow in SpectroWorks™

Here you can learn about the NanoCuvette™ One workflow

Read about NanoCuvette™ One here.

Software for efficient productivity 


The measurement workflows in SpectroWorks™ have been build with user experience in mind and intents to be intuitive and self-explanatory with minimum clutter. This reduces failure modes, while increasing productivity in a clean environment that matches the standards of quality labs.

Entering SpectroWorks™

You can go straight to SpectroWorks™ by entering or find the log-in page on our website or in this Knowledge Base. Once you are in SpectroWorks™, create a project or access an existing one. You will then enter the workspace. In the Create tab, a grid of cuvette types appears. For this workflow select NanoCuvette™ One. 

NanoCuvette™ One setup page

  1. Identify your cuvette by the box-code and select a cuvette number that matches that of the box. The box code can be found on the box and also on the cuvette itself along with its cuvette number. 
  2. Click next. This takes you to the start of the workflow.

TIP #1: The progress and overview of the complete flow can be seen at the top of the workflow view.

TIP #2: Animations at each step illustrates the current cuvette side and whether it is a reference measurement or sample measurement. 

NanoCuvette™ One workflow

  1. Reference measurement (Side B)
    1. Select a reference liquid or create your own. 
    2. Click the blue box to browse or drag-and-drop a side B reference spectrum onto this area. 
    3. Once the spectrum appears and it is looking good, click next.
  2. Reference fit
    1. This intermediate step shows how well the reference measurement fits the model. If the fit quality is rated as high, you can proceed to the next page. 
  3. Sample measurement (Side A)
    1. Click the blue box to browse or drag-and-drop a side A sample spectrum onto this area. Proceed to the next page if it is looking good.
  4. Sample measurement (Side B)
    1. Same procedure as the previous step, but with a sample B spectrum. Click next if fit quality is good.
  1. Sample fit
    1. This final step shows how well the sample measurements fits the model. The estimated refractive index is indicated below the fit quality. Click Finish, once reviewed. 

Summary of the measurements

After finishing the workflow, a summary modal appears with details on the experiment setup, selected results and their values, the spectra with options to export the raw data, export plots and even review, which files where uploaded for each step. 

For journaling this measurement, details about the sample can be entered in the empty fields and a note can be added for more comments. Everything is continously saved to the cloud and can always be reviewed by clicking "View" in the View tab for the particular measurement.


Click here to see the workflow of NanoCuvette™ S and here for the basic cuvette