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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Contract notice: Delivery apparatus for the fractionation and purification of biological samples and fluorometric and spectrophotometric analysis in microplates for the needs of invitro laboratory for evaluation of biological activity and toxicity laboratory for development and characterization of the pharmaceutical forms and the in silico design and laboratory extractions of natural products and synthesis of bioactive compounds in the science and technology park, which is implemented under the operational programme development of the competitiveness of the bulgarian economy 2007-2013 priority axis 1 development of economy based on knowledge and innovation according contract id number bg161po003-1.
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.
Goff's lab has specialized equipment to carry out differential scanning calorimetry at subzero temperatures, low-temperature scanning electron microscopy, transmission electron microscopy and light scattering and spectrophotometric analysis techniques for analyzing particle size distribution.
The spectrophotometric analysis of the blue supernatant revealed the characteristic peaks of PC at 620 nm (Benedetti et al.
50 [micro]l of the re-dissolved sample was then diluted with 950 [micro]l chloroform for spectrophotometric analysis.
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.
Infrared spectrophotometric analysis of calcium sulfate hydrates using internally standardized mineral oil mulls.
The solution was then centrifuged at 6000g for 10 min, and supernatant from each vial was collected and detected by ultraviolet-visible (UV-Vis) spectrophotometric analysis.
Spectrophotometric analysis over a wavelength range of 190-380 nm was performed by an optical cuvette with an optical path length of 1 cm.
It is intended for spectrophotometric analysis which gives information for 2D and 3D gamut visualisations in perceptual colour space.
The spectrophotometric analysis was made with X-Rite SwatchBook and ColorShop 2.
Sabri, 1992, "Derivative Spectrophotometric Analysis of 2-Component Mixture Using a Compansation Technique," Analyst, 117, pp.