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Spectroscopy is an invaluable tool in chemical analysis. Atoms and molecules interact with electromagnetic radiations, and the two most commonly utilised type of interactions are absorption and emission. The interaction between a molecule and a radiation of a particular range of wavelength can often inform researchers of the different properties of the sample concerned, and the equipment in our laboratories make use of either infrared, visible light, or ultraviolet radiation. There are a number of analytical purposes that can be fulfilled by these equipments, including but not limited to: spectroscopy


  • Identifications of compounds, i.e. functional groups determination, etc. (IR spectroscopy)
  • Quantitative analysis of organic, organometallic, or bioconjugate species (UV-Vis spectroscopy)
  • Photoluminscence properties (UV-Vis spectrophotometers)
  • Protein secondary structure (Circular Dichroism (CD) Spectropolarimeter)
  • Elemental analysis (Atomic absorption and ICP-OES)
 

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