visible spectrophotometry

visible spectrophotometry

[′viz·ə·bəl ¦spek·trō·fə′täm·ə·trē]
(spectroscopy)
In spectrophotometric analysis, the use of a spectrophotometer with a tungsten lamp that has an electromagnetic spectrum of 380-780 nanometers as a light source, glass or quartz prisms or gratings in the monochromator, and a photomultiplier cell as a detector.
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The adsorbed complex could be easily desorbed using sulphuric acid and the recovery of chromium was established using visible spectrophotometry and confirmed using atomic absorption spectrophotometry.
3] sulphuric acid and visible spectrophotometry as well as atomic absorption spectrophotometry analyzed the chromium content.