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    Introduction: Spectrophotometry is a widely used method to calculate how much light is absorbed by a chemical substance. This is done by measuring the intensity of light as it passes through a sample solution. The principle of this method is that a compound absorbs or transmits light over a certain wavelength from which the measurement can be used to calculate the concentration of a known chemical substance. A spectrophotometer is an instrument that would measure the amount of light a sample would

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    Principal of Spectrophotometer A Spectrophotometer is employed to measure the amount of light that a sample absorbed. The instrument operates by passing a beam of light through a sample and measuring the intensity of light reaching a detector. A Spectrophotometer consists of two instruments; one is a Spectrometer used for producing light of any selected color (wavelength) and second is a Photometer used for measuring the intensity of light. 1. Spectrometer; It produces a desired range of wavelength

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    Determining Photosynthetic Pigments using Chromatography and Spectrophotometry Photosynthesis is a widely studied topic among the world of science due to its importance for life and its many uses. Photosynthetic pigments reflect and absorb different wavelengths of visible light based off their polarity. In this experiment, we studied photosynthetic pigments, first, by determining polarity and then, by measuring the amount of light of a given wavelength that a pigment absorbs. We used two methods

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    sensitivity by stimulated Raman scattering microscopy. Science 322, 1857–1861 (2008), and (116, Vol.6 no.2, 2009, nature Methods- imaging goes label-free). 6. Andrew Downes and Alistair Elfick, Sensors 2010, 10, 1871-1889; doi: 10.3390/s100301871, Raman Spectroscopy and Related Techniques in Biomedicine.

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    Here, we have investigated the change in aggregation behavior of single chain cationic surfactant, tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide, (TTAB) with the addition of two hydrophilic ionic liquids [Hmim][Br] and [Omim][Br] at fixed concentrations. The micellar behavior of aqueous TTAB solutions with and without addition of ILs, have been studied by measuring their CMC at 298.15 K through conductance, surface tension, change in dye absorbance and steady state fluorescence measurements. Aggregation number

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    where E (Xn+) and E (I7C) represent the total electronic energies of metal ion and I7C, respectively. E (complex) represents the energy of metal ion: I7C complex. The stoichiometry of complexation with metal ion and binding constant (K) by fluorescence spectra change are determined by the BenesiHildebrand equation [34] as , (5) where I0 and I1 represent the emission intensity of I7C without metal ion and with a certain amount of metal, I is the fluorescence

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    This experiment was conduct to investigate the fluorescent behaviour of Leucophor PAF and to investigate the quenching of QBS with NaCl. It was found that the Leucophor PAF indeed satisfied the characteristic to act as whitening agent. It was also found that the quenching of QBS with NaCl was a diffusion-controlled collision process. Fluorescence measurement provides very important information about the photochemistry of a particular molecule. The first part of this experiment was dealing with

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    Paragraph 1 (Compare and contrast the crystal structures and crystal chemistry of quartz, α-FePO4 and β-FePO4. Fully describes the crystallochemical relationships between the structures and the temperature dependence of polymorphism. ) This article focuses on the chemical structure of FePO4 between 294K and 1073K of thermodynamic scale, through high accuracy x-ray diffraction experiments. From the relatively lower temperature range, it acquires the chemical arrangement of an α-Quartz trigonal

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    Analysis Of Fepo4

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    Paragraph 1 The transition temperature between α phase and the β phase for FePO4 is 980K. When the temperature is low, which is below 980K, FePO4 is known to be in α phase. During α phase, it adopts a tetrahedral lattice structure with PO43- atom in the middle. When the temperature is high, which is above 980K, FePO4 is known to be in the β phase. As the temperature differentiates the phases of FePO4, the bridging angle and the tilt angle between the atoms in the lattice structure differs as well

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    Capillary Electrophoresis is an analytical technique used for analysis of both large and small chemical substances. Capillary Electrophoresis segregations are performed in a glass slim tube and substances are isolated in a separation buffer (pH support) by an electric field application. As indicated by their electrophoretic mobility, atoms migrate at various speeds and are distinguished by a detector placed at the end of the capillary. PRINCIPLES OF CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS: CE is a miniaturized

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