UV-Vis

AcronymDefinition
UV-VisUltraViolet-Visible Spectroscopy
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The NC State research team developed a technique that uses a suite of algorithms to significantly expand the amount of information that can be retrieved from the spectroscopic data collected by the UV-Vis devices.
The physico-chemical analysis techniques used in this study were UV-Vis, Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Zeta Potential, Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS), AFM and HRTEM.
Seamlessly compatible with Palintest's comprehensive range of reagent systems and accessories, the Palintest 9100 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer is ideal for water and environmental laboratories, educational institutions and industrial users who require high quality analytical performance at an affordable price.
The market for colorimeters, which are wholly different instruments from UV-Vis spectrophotometers, is almost entirely unrelated to other molecular spectroscopy markets in terms of the vendors in the market as well as the end-users.
Elucidation of a photoproduct was shown through an isosbestic point on UV-vis and through the absorhance of a photoproduct peak on the HPLC plots.
2 million spectra, including all BinRad Sadtler spectra; 390,000 IR, NMR, Raman and mass spectra (including UV-Vis and additional NMR in Q4); and all John Wiley & Sons spectra.
The second instrument, a Perkin-Elmer Lamda 900 UV-Vis spectrometer, was used to obtain the UV-Visible spectrum of the coating.
In addition to its capability to perform laboratory tests using HPLC and atomic absorption, Pacific Nutritional, Vancouver, WA, has added an infra-red spectrometer and a UV-Vis spectrometer to its in-house laboratory.
Through use of UV-vis spectroscopy and NMR analysis, the nature of the oxidation state and coordination has been tracked through these various forms.
Supporting a multitude of applications, the new UV-Vis is designed to improve workflow in a wide variety of settings, including chemical, industrial, academic and pharmaceutical/biotech laboratories.