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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Simple and inexpensive methods development for the estimation of tamsulosin hydrochloride as a single component from its solid dosage forms by Visible spectrophotometry. Int J Pharm Biol Sci.
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.
The company has recently extended the scope of their ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation to include a number of new Certified Reference Materials (CRM) for UV and visible spectrophotometry. These include sealed-in-cell liquid wavelength and absorbance standards for use at wavelengths down to 200 nm, and a new sodium nitrate "cut-off" solution for estimating stray light at 340 nm.
The electrolysis was carried out for 60 hours and oxidized solution was examined by UV- visible spectrophotometry.
The purpose of the study was to develop a method for the determination of Nimesulide using visible spectrophotometry. It is based on the reaction of Nimesulide with biuret reagent, which forms a greenish coloured complex.