This module is on Ultraviolet (UV) Visible absorption spectroscopy: a spectro-analytical procedure for the quantitative determination of compounds containing chromophores that absorb UV.
|Who is it for||
Personnel in production, analytical quality, including quality control and quality assurance who use this technique should complete this module.
|Why it matters||
UV spectroscopy is the most used method in identification and quantification of biological samples, such as DNA, RNA, and proteins with aromatic amino acids with applications in enzyme kinetics, determination of equilibrium constants, drug dissolution, conformation changes in proteins, and DNA melting studies. It is crucial that analysts understand the science behind UV spectroscopy in order to conduct these experiments accurately.