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Visual Overview

  Click to enlarge Ultra V Analytical Window   Ultra V, the "periodic table" of UV absorbers, is a beautiful set of needed information for today's industrial chemists and laboratory researchers. Continuously updated as fresh information becomes available, this comprehensive database of ultraviolet absorbers is the first of its kind!  
  It spans the technology from old to new presently detailing well over 100 known UV absorbing compounds throughout the program.

Shown here (click image to enlarge) are just some of the many critical data traits available on each UV absorber. The solubility, melting point range, and physical form, for example, can be used to determine how effectively any particular absorber will mix with the other compounds in your laboratory and manufacturing applications.


  Ultra V is a powerful combination of data merged with utility. Here we see the program's internal Beer's Law calculator. This feature is so incredibly effective, it will help conserve valuable time and financial resources by determining a wide range of coating and compounding quantities in just seconds! This is then followed up with cost effectiveness calculations. Examine the required absorber quantities with their respective costs to determine how you can save money within your project's budget. Click the image below to enlarge it for clearer viewing.  

Click to enlarge Ultra V Beer's Law Window

  One of the easiest methods of finding effective absorbers is to scan plots of wavelength vs. absorptivity, and Ultra V has a beautiful, easy access array of such graphs. For example, you may have created a product sensitive to UV light degradation at 350 nanometers. A good, strong absorber should show high absorptivity in this range. When you click this graph image to enlarge it, it becomes clear that Tinuvin 326 is one strong candidate.

Ultra V's graph plots have some really neat features too! For example, you can exactly identify any of the individual graph points by clicking the mouse button, or you can zoom-in to view a tighter grid. For additional clarity, you can toggle the absorptivity data for any of the available curves on the plot.


Click to enlarge Ultra V Spectra Window

  Click to enlarge Ultra V Names Window   Soon enough your project will require you to locate samples, and Ultra V makes this easy! A list of trade names (click image to enlarge) shows your options. Each UV absorber is comprised of one or more chemical compounds which may be available from more than one manufacturer,  
  and Ultra V provides contact information such as addresses or telephone numbers on each of the manufacturers listed within the program. You can have test samples in your lab in no time!  

  Click to enlarge Ultra V Basic Window w/ TGA & Names   As a final note, we show a few of the other program windows. The TGA data is particularly noteworthy as you can use this information to determine thermal stability. For example, you might have created a coating which will be cured in high temperature ovens.  
  This means the UV absorber added to this coating solution must be stable enough not to evaporate or break down. A quick look at Ultra V's TGA data shows which candidates are too volatile for your application.

Well, this only scratches the surface of the true power of the Ultra V program. The best way to experience the difference Ultra V can make in your work is to order your own copy and use it regularly in your lab. Thank you for your time, and we invite you to download the program demo if you would like to see more before placing your order.

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Update Spring 2004
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