Gerhard Talsky Derivative Spectrophotometry Low and Higher Order Derivative spectrophotometry is a versatile tool for the quantitative estimation and analysis of substances. This book provides the theoretical background and the practical instructions necessary for using this highly efficient analytical technique. Drawing on carefully selected examples, the author points out the advantages and drawbacks of the various methods and reveals common pitfalls. Features include:
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
absorption Acta algorithms amino acids amplifier amplitude Anal analog differentiation analog signal analysis Analyst London Application Author arithmetic mean capacitors Chem Chlorophyll chymotrypsin circuit coefficient Comments Ref computed concentration cone data interval data points derivative order derivative spectra derivative spectrophotometry derivative technique devices difference quotient digital differentiation Digital filter electronic estimation evaluation extrema Fenxi fiber cables Figure Fourier fourth derivative Frankfurt Main Fresenius function fundamental spectrum FWHM g L_1 Haubensak higher-order derivatives Huaxue inflection point integrated Kreuzer low-pass filter maxima Mayring method mixtures NiCl2 nm s_1 noise O'Haver optical Organic complex overlapping peak height phenol pigments polynomial Porphyrins proteins ratio resistors resolution Ristic-Solajic RNase sample Savitzky-Golay scan speed second derivative shift signal sliding average slit smoothing spectra spectroscopy storage Substance group Author superposed Table Talsky tion trypsin UV-VIS spectrophotometry values voltage Waldbronn wavelength Wollin X/nm zero