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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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To the best of our knowledge no specific spectrophotometric method is available for assay determination and in vitro dissolution studies of SOF tablets dosage form.
Separation and Spectrophotometric Determination of Elements.
The contents of Famotidine tablets were determined by a developed and validated UV/Visible Spectrophotometric method [19].
Data collected from both spectrophotometric (SPM) and Portable chlorophyll meter (PCM) methods were presented in tables and figures.
This research object was to improve the method for determining the catalase activity by spectrophotometric method of registering the coloured product of reaction when hydrogen peroxide not decomposed after incubation with catalase interacts with ammonium molybdate; the ultimate goal being to elaborate this method application to various types of mineral water.
Miraculins Inc (TSX VENTURE:MOM), a medical diagnostic company focused on developing and commercialising diagnostic tests and risk assessment technologies for unmet clinical needs, announced today that it has received a Notice of Allowance from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the use of spectrophotometric measurements for the non-invasive analysis of skin cholesterol.
Spectrophotometric determination of aspartame in soft drinks with ninihydrin as reagent Analyst, 113, 765-768.
In the present study we developed a new online spectrophotometric system, which allows performing continuous ultrasonic kinetic measurements of reactions accurately and reproducibly.
The oximes and hydrazones are the most important spectrophotometric reagents for the determination of metal ions.
They characterized phytochemical and sugar content by analyzing fatty acids, tocopherols, phenolics, flavonoids, carotenoids, chlorophylls and ascorbic acid, using high-performance liquid chromatography and spectrophotometric techniques.