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spectrophotometric

spectrophotometry

(spek″trō-fŏ-tom′ĕ-trē)
A measurement of coloring matter in a solution by use of the spectroscope or spectrophotometer. Substances can be measured by controlling the wavelength of light passing through the system and calibrating the response with known materials followed by measurement of the ubknown material.
spectrophotometric (spek″trŏ-fōt″ŏ-me′trik)
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Erk, 2003,"Three new spectrophotometric methods applied to the simultaneous determination of hydrochlorothiazide and irbesartan," Die Pharmazie, 58, pp.
At present, the diagnosis of complex I deficiency is usually established using complex I assays that are based on the spectrophotometric measurement of rotenone-sensitive NADH oxidation in patient-derived tissue samples and cultured fibroblasts.
El-Sayed, 1986, "Derivative Spectrophotometric Determination Of Some Corticosteroids In Combinations With Other Drugs," J- Assoc.
We measured serum PON1 activity by manual and semi-automated methods, and the results agreed closely with those obtained by the recording spectrophotometric method.
3] and the sample ((aqueous layer)) were carried out at the same time for spectrophotometric procedure.
In conclusion, we describe a new, rapid, reliable spectrophotometric plasma oxalate assay that is less laborintensive and technically demanding than our previously used assay.
Spectrophotometric technique is also a very reliable method for such analytical task.
Two simple and accurate spectrophotometric methods were presented for the determination of binary mixtures of each of Eprosartan and Irbesartan with Hydrochlorothiazide in dosage forms.
Standardization of hemoglobinometry on the basis of spectrophotometric determination of methemoglobincyanide, a stable hemoglobin derivative into which all hemoglobin derivatives usually present in the blood can be easily converted, involved an understanding that the total hemoglobin concentration (ctHb) includes the inactive (non-oxygen-binding) derivatives.
The NovaScan 2020Cu and 3030Cu non-contact, non-intrusive optical measurement systems using spectrophotometric and imaging technology provide integrated non-contact and fast erosion measurements, low-K cap layer removal and copper/barrier residues detection.
The result is clearly visible, without needing a costly spectrophotometric reader.
Spectrophotometric measurements (absorbance, fluorescence, luminescence) serially.