spectrophotometric analysis

spectrophotometric analysis

spectrophotometric analysis

(spek″trŏ-fōt″ŏ-me′trik)
Determination of materials in a substance or mixture by measuring the amount of light they absorb in the infrared, visible, or ultraviolet region of the spectrum.
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The resulting solutions were then diluted to 50 mL with deionize water and subjected to spectrophotometric analysis.
Spectrophotometric analysis was used to assess the quality and quantity of extracted DNA.
Blood samples for atomic absorption spectrophotometric analysis were prepared according to Yahaya et al.
They consider planning using titration, using gravimetric analysis, using the gas collection method, for energetics experiments, kinetics experiments, electrochemical experiments, organic and inorganic qualitative analysis, organic synthesis, and spectrophotometric analysis.
Just don't trip over the bodies of those who passed out running from the other end of McCormick to hear the latest MR spectrophotometric analysis of the induseum griseum.
50 [micro]l of the re-dissolved sample was then diluted with 950 [micro]l chloroform for spectrophotometric analysis.
Spectrophotometric analysis was carried out on a Systronics 2201, UV-visible double-beam spectrophotometer with matched 1 cm path-length quartz cells.
This will most certainly continue along with increased use of matrix assisted laser desorption ionization--time of flight (MALDI-TOF) as well as mass spectrophotometric analysis of organisms for identification and resistance detection, as well as sequencing.
This can happen if they rely on nonspecific tests, such as UV spectrophotometric analysis, which falsely inflate the silymarin content of an extract by counting other compounds that are not silymarin.