Spectrophotometry is a quantitative measurement of the absorption/transmission or reflection of a material as a function of wavelength. Despite being termed UV-Vis, the wavelength range that is typically used ranges from 190 nm up to 1,100 nm in the near-infrared.
Using a spectrophotometer and carrying out absorption/transmission measurements we can determine the amount (or concentration) of a known chemical substance simply, by studying the number of photons (light intensity) that reach the detector. The more a material absorbs light at a specific wavelength, the higher the concentration of the known substance.
A typical absorption measurement as a function of wavelength is given below:
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UV-Vis Spectroscopy Applications
- Traditional Chemistry
- Life Science
- Food & Agriculture
- Material Science
- Optical Components
- Pharmaceutical Research
- Cosmetic Industry
- Quality Control