The spectrophotometer has well been called the workhorse of the modern laboratory. In particular, ultraviolet and visible spectrophotometry is the method of choice in most laboratories concerned with the identification and measurement of organic and inorganic compounds in a wide range of products and processes – in nucleic acids and proteins, foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals and fertilisers, in mineral oils and in paint. In every branch of molecular biology, medicine and the life sciences, the spectrophotometer is an essential aid to both research and routine control.

A UV-VIS spectrophotometer, as the name implies, measures the intensity of light absorbed (or reflected) by, or transmitted through, a substance at specific wavelengths between about 190 and 1100 nm—the ultraviolet and visible spectra.



  1. Detection of Impurities
  2. Structure elucidation of organic compounds
  3. Quantitative and Qualitative analysis
  4. Dissociation constants of acids and basesMolecular weight determination



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